PTSD: The ‘Trojan Horse’ for Far Too Many Families.

Listen up peeps, time to get serious for a minute. If you or someone you know of is suffering from the demon commonly referred to as PTSD, you need not battle it alone.

As a combat veteran who by the grace of the Almighty survived multiple trips downrange, it breaks my heart to admit I’ve lost more friends to this demon than combat ever thought about harming. It’s a harsh and tragic reality facing the veteran community.

I took an oath to never leave a comrade behind. That oath applies in peacetime as much as combat.

I am very active within the veteran community to include The American Legion, VFW, Marine Corps League along with others. If I can’t help you directly, I can guarantee you I can get you in touch with someone who can.

Through my journey in this thing called life, I’ve also had the great fortune of meeting many hard chargers who are taking the fight head on to the demon PTSD. Among many, one such warrior who the hit movie Black Hawk Down was based on his unit’s actions, is Delta Force Command Sergeant Major (USA, Retd) Tom Satterly and his wife Jen who together founded All Secure Foundation.

I met these two living saints while they were visiting D.C. testifying before Congress on realities of PTSD no less. Aside from Tom’s vivid first-hand testimony, Jen followed citing PTSD as the “Trojan Horse” for so many families.

Listen, I’m going to get cut off before I can type out everyone and every which way we can be of value, just know that you are not alone. You never were and you never have been.

To those in need, you can contact me day or night. Send me a message on any social media channel. I can be found on most platforms by searching @FT_Hustler. I can also be reached via:

  • Email: jasonfeimster@gmail.com
  • Cell: (202) 270-2670
  • Office: (202) 643-2022

In your darkest hour, call on me comrade and we shall fight the demons together. #SemperFidelis

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