• Title: Understanding Military Sexual Trauma: A guide for those who work with MST survivors
  • Author: Miette Wells Doug Wells
  • ISBN: 0983706522
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • Understanding Military Sexual Trauma A guide for those who work with MST survivors Serving your country by joining the military is an honorable endeavor Many positive opportunities are opened up to the individual such as travel education training and employment A person can also
    Serving your country by joining the military is an honorable endeavor Many positive opportunities are opened up to the individual such as travel, education, training, and employment A person can also enhance their personal characteristics of integrity, honor, dedication, perseverance, allegiance, and loyalty, to their country, their specific branch of service, their uniServing your country by joining the military is an honorable endeavor Many positive opportunities are opened up to the individual such as travel, education, training, and employment A person can also enhance their personal characteristics of integrity, honor, dedication, perseverance, allegiance, and loyalty, to their country, their specific branch of service, their unit, and themselves Unfortunately, many women and men leave the military with conflicting emotional and physical feelings about their honorable endeavor, as betrayal, disloyalty, pain, wounds, mistrust, and the list continues The experiences, which these women and men have endured, are horrific, shocking, appalling, awful, repulsive and atrocious Yet, most were not inflicted by some foreign enemy, but within the very ranks they served, by other military members their brothers and or sisters in arms.

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