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After I got out of the Marine Corps coming back home, it was just a mental breakdown for me. I was on the verge of giving up. That chapter, that season in my life was over. Now what? Who was I? That's what I kept asking myself the pressure to have it all together, to heal, to quiet down the monsters inside, it was too much. I lost it. I heard about the Wounded Warrior Project. I had seen the logo and that visual of a warrior caring another warrior. The programs that the Wounded Warrior Project ...
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