Tag Archives: Veteran’s Affairs

Dreams/Caregiving/Medical 2016 by – Sheri de Grom My dad once told me he could always tell a city girl from a country girl by the way she walked. Dad said the city girl seemed to have more time to enjoy … Continue reading

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Veterans/Veterans’ Benefits/One Woman’s Opinion By – Sheri de Grom   My opinion about Veterans with ‘bad paper’ has changed over the years. Having worked in The Office of The Staff Judge Advocate (JAG) for many years [all during times of … Continue reading

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Mental Health/Suicide/Caregiver By – Sheri de Grom How could dying be more tempting than living? How could such a desperate act seem like a reasonable solution to one’s problems? How was I to know that I would be faced with … Continue reading

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Veterans – 2015 by – Sheri de Grom A veteran, possibly in your community, needs your help. Veteran Affairs coordinates volunteers in their No Veteran Dies Alone (NVDA) program. Their mission is that no veteran will die alone. We promise … Continue reading

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Slice of Life by – Sheri de Grom Last week I talked about a nasty fall I’d taken and I was out of sorts with myself. I knew I needed to look inward but that wasn’t what I wanted to … Continue reading

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The Wrongs Of Psychiatric Care – Part 2 of 2                                            A Blind Date With My Husband By – Sheri … Continue reading

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The Wrongs of Psychiatric Care – Part 1 of 2 A Blind Date With My Husband By – Sheri De Grom How I’d wanted to go on a date night with my husband. I just hadn’t thought it would turn … Continue reading

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