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Tackling modern day veterans' challenges
What happens to 'warless warriors?'
The more accurate Veteran suicide statistic is 20 a day–and even that must be interpreted with caution.
Have we oversaturated the veteran mental health conversation with PTSD?
Have you forgotten the meaning of Memorial Day? A reminder we all need.
Military members turn often to "gallows humor" or "black humor" to handle the stress of the job.
The shadow side of masculinity—the lethality of self-reliance.
Where have all the warriors gone? The necessity of military masculine ideals.
Where have all the warriors gone? The empowerment of women and the declination of masculinity.
Do not watch the camera footage of the Niger ambush on US soldiers. Why is viewing akin to betraying the lives of these young men?
Why do combat vets love Jordan Peterson? The belief that only monsters can fight monsters.
One more day—a Veteran's choice between life or death.
Why do vets have issues with sex and intimacy? The conversation that needs to be happening but isn't.
Is our culture empowering Veterans, or enabling them?
Kendrick Lamar's Grammy Performance: are pieces of US military culture being adopted without consideration of the men and women in uniform?
Americans incorrectly think more than half of vets have mental problems. Be a part of the solution, not the problem.
Meaghan Mobbs is a West Point graduate, OEF Veteran, and former Army Captain who is currently an advanced Clinical Psychology doctoral student at Columbia University, Teachers College.