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We Are Military Minds
Military Minds began as the brainchild of its founder Chris. It was originally a business created to offer employment for his fellow brothers and sisters who were ending their term of service. As Chris began to get flooded with requests, he quickly discovered that he was not alone with the stressors of returning home from war. Through these contacts, new bonds were made and new friendships were built on the bonds of brotherhood.
As Military Minds evolved into the world of social media on Facebook, more and more people began to come forward. Military Minds was no longer something immediately local; it had moved to something country wide in Canada and shortly thereafter the United States, Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Germany and other nations that had participated in multiple conflicts over the past decades. As soldiers serving in the armed forces during conflicts, experiences were had and things were seen and felt that the human condition is just not set up to deal with. It became very evident that The Brotherhood spanned far beyond that of a nations' uniform. We were all threads in a tapestry woven of the service to our respective nations and we all carried the scars from that service within our hearts and minds. Along with that discovery came the knowledge that there was not enough help to go around.
Those who serve are trained to take discomfort as normality; to swallow pain as though it were nourishment; to set aside personal feelings and focus on what had to be done. Above all else to never let their wounds become visible by the enemy. This mindset, combined with the lack of available help, became a fertile ground for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to thrive in the selfless minds of those who chose to serve. This is the line in the sand that Military Minds dares to cross. We are here to break the sound barrier and end the silence about the invisible injuries of war.
We are the hand that reaches into the dark, feeling for another survivor. We are the "nobody" that cares when someone thinks nobody cares. We are faceless, nameless war fighters who refuse to lay down our arms until this fight has ended. In the austere environments war fighters are deployed to, help is a simple frequency away. For the minds of veterans, regardless of country, branch or specialty, we are there to answer the call. So long as there are those who love their country enough to fight for it, there will be those who return with a Military Mind.
We stand watch to prove to those proud few that they are not alone.
BREAK THE SILENCE~ MM Team