Matt Labash on Warriors and Quiet Waters

Matt Labash — better known for his sharp opinions on people and culture — writes an article about Warriors and Quiet Waters and post-traumatic stress disorder that reads like a book chapter.  “They begin understanding that they’re receiving a gift, in being taught to fish, that they can keep reopening for the rest of their lives. So their shoulders start relaxing and their countenances lift. Many who are plagued by insomnia and night terrors start sleeping again. “  In the Weekly Standard.

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  • Randy S. Breth

    Wow – good article. I’m used to seeing Matt’s more sardonic side – this was great.

  • Mlaksbergs

    This is a great article – and i have to ask the subscribers of this great newsletter, do you support organizations like WoW and PHW if not WHY  NOT!

  • Rtscheerdds

    Matt Labash aquaints readers of this post with what many of us have learned through Project Healing Waters and other projects that allow us an opportunity to interact with and thank our volunteer warriors for their service. The injuries sustained by our veterans are not immediately obvious, but are devestating to the service persons and all who love them. Healing is elusive, medical knowledge scanty. Help these Americans if you can.