Anonymous Man – Facing PTSD, Childhood Trauma, and How Lack of Discipline Impacts Relationships

In this episode, Connor interviews a former Army veteran who spent time in Afghanistan in the EOD unit (explosive ordnance disposal). His job was to go out into the field and support clearing bomb, potential explosive, and hazards so the rest of the command could travel freely.

This episode digs into a lot. The guest talks about coming back from war with PTSD, the impact it had on his marriage, the infidelity, divorce, and childhood abuse he witnessed between his mother and father.

AND it dives into the light that has kept him going through it all: his children and his mission to heal.

This episode is powerful and sheds light on how men can break the cycle of passing on trauma from their pasts, heal from their dysfunction, and take the next step on the road to building a better future for them, their families, and the world around them.


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Editing & Mixing by: Aaron The Tech

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