THE HUMANE GUIDE TO VA BENEFITS
FOR VETERANS WITH PTSD
SO . . . YOU'VE DECIDED TO
TAKE ON THE GOVERNMENT
BY: SARGE & LESLIE LINTECUM
Copyright © 1998 All Rights Reserved
PTSD Help 2000 is designed to help combat veterans suffering from
post traumatic stress disorder from traumatic events and stress causing situations.
This syndrome, or disorder, can cause the veteran to display symptoms that in past
wars were called shell shock and then battle fatigue, and are usually accompanied
by a strong case of survivor's guilt. The treatment, therapy, counseling and
medication provided by the VA are the same as treatment for rape and other
civilian traumas, but there are important differences. Combat veterans suffer
from being the aggressor not the victim. This results in a shattered self image
that requires repair, (usually by helping others), and most importantly, the veteran
must forgive him/her self in order to heal.
Free Doctor's Help for PTSD Vets
I am working with a doctor who has helped my PTSD a lot. Dr. Richard Crowley
(http://www.sportsmaker.com/) is able to remove such things as nightmares, rage,
anxiety, haunting memories, depression, etc., in a matter of 20 minutes each.
He does so without any need to have you re-live your upsetting experiences. He
can also get rid of any issues bothering you without needing to hear what they are!
Nobody does what he does in the world! Dr. Crowley was in the army medical
service corps from 1966-1968. Dr. Crowley would be happy to talk with you for
no charge (free) and see if he can help. His number is: 805.868.3800.
Please let me know if you call him and how it goes.
Be sure to tell him that "Sarge" sent you.
Now with helpful advice from Patience Mason,
Editor, The Post-Traumatic Gazette and
author of Recovering From the War!
Read Sarge's personal experiences in dealing with PTSD:
"How To Advance Your Healing From PTSD"
Read Sarge's poem, P.T.S.D. Love Letter:
"P.T.S.D. Love Letter"
New Scams, Tricks and Lies used by the VA
to Deny Veterans PTSD Benefits
Major actions and new policies by the VA, and
many are designed to deny and limit PTSD benefits.
Inside: GAF Scores, What Do They Mean?
Why is My GAF Score Different than the
Percentage that they gave me?
What Are the Extra Benefits that come with a
Permanent and Total Rating?
HERE TO ENTER!
This link will walk you through the process of applying to the VA for your benefits
and where to send for your military records.
The pages for this hyperlink are all black and white for easy printout.
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Marines, dependents, Naval personnel and
civilians who lived and worked aboard MCB
Camp Lejeune in NC from the 1950s through
1987 may have been exposed to highly
contaminated water. More than 70 chemicals
were found in the water and many of them
are known carcinogens. The U.S.M.C. is
asking anyone who was at Lejeune between
1957 and 1987 to register on their website at:
The Mesothelioma Cancer Center provides
a complete list of occupations, ships, and
shipyards that could have put our Veterans
at risk for developing asbestos-related
diseases. In addition, they have thousands
of articles regarding asbestos and
mesothelioma and they’ve even created a
veterans-specific section on their website
in order to help inform them about
the dangers of asbestos exposure.
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