United States military veterans are losing a battle for their mental and emotional well-being.  Recent statistics show that each day in America, 22 veterans choose to take their own lives.  It adds up to nearly 2,000 suicides during the first three months of 2014 alone.

An even more astonishing fact is that more U.S. military veterans have taken their own lives than have been killed in combat (Iraq and Afghanistan) since the beginning of those conflicts more than a decade ago.

Incidents like the recent shooting at Ford Hood have drawn attention to the issue, but it appears that little is being done to address the true problems.

On the surface, it would appear that the military has a mental healthcare crisis on its hands.  For whatever reasons, it is failing to meet the psychological needs of our returning veterans.

In the following video, I explore some of the causes and solutions for this problem, including how hypnotherapy can be used to help veterans to deal with symptoms related to PTSD and other issues.

I also offer my own services to troubled veterans at a deep discount, beginning with a completely free initial hypnotherapy session for any vet who qualifies.

Please contact me with questions or inquiries, or feel free to leave comments below.  I’ll be quick to respond.

Also, please spread the word to any vets you know… whether privately, or by sharing this video and blog article on Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere using the tools below this post.

Let’s get the word out and help our military vets to get the help they need.

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