Blog | September2015

A Veteran Remembers 9/11

Author: Shawn Jones
Date: September 11, 2015

Today marks the anniversary of the most deadly terror attack that happened on U.S. soil.  We lost 2,977 mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, friends and battle buddies, which solidified us as a nation and let the world see our determination and unity when confronted with adversity. President Bush best described it when he said, “Today, our …Read More


Losing Mark: My story of military suicide

Author: laura black
Date: September 4, 2015

Written By Karen Richards Nichols. In memory of her husband, Mark, who tragically took his life in 2014. We all know the statistic: Every day 22 veterans take their lives. As a nation, we have recognized the issue, assistance programs are in place. Things have changed, but too many veterans were taught “PTSD is for …Read More

Suicide Prevention Month: A Military Veteran’s Journey into Transcendental Meditation

Author: Nick Black
Date: September 2, 2015

I’m a Veteran and a Founder of Stop Soldier Suicide. When our Chief Marketing Officer asked me to write a blog for Suicide Prevention Month, I groaned. I don’t read blogs. But then it hit me, I could write about my recent experience with meditation—Transcendental Meditation (TM). An old commander once told me, “The first …Read More