Combat Stress Magazine
Harnessing Post-Traumatic Stress for Service Members, Veterans, and First Responders
Combat Stress magazine is written with our military Service Members, Veterans, first responders, and their families in mind. We want all of our members and guests to find contentment in their lives by learning about stress management and finding what works best for each of them. Stress is unavoidable and comes in many shapes and sizes. It can even be considered a part of who we are. Being in a state of peaceful happiness may seem like a lofty goal but harnessing your stress in a positive way makes it obtainable. Serving in the military or being a police officer, firefighter or paramedic brings unique challenges and some extraordinarily bad days. The American Institute of Stress is dedicated to helping you, our Heroes and their families, cope with and heal your mind and body from the stress associated with your careers and sacrifices.
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Fort Hood Massacre Tenth Anniversary
Nothing has changed: Still Workplace Violence AND the Escalating Epidemic of Veteran Suicide
Inside this issue:
The Fort Hood Massacre: Survivors’ Story and the Hidden Truths
The Fort Hood Massacre – Ten Years Later
Letter to the President
In the News
A Response to Veteran Suicides
Veteran Mentors for Hillsborough County Veterans
North Country Public Radio Interview
Challenging the CBT Dogma to Treat PTSD
Reducing Therapeutic Obstacles: One Psychologist’s Experience Utilizing CES in Clinical Practice
A Hero’s Journey
Is There an App for That? How Your Phone Can Help You Manage Stress
Want to contribute to Combat Stress magazine?
We are accepting submissions for feature sections in the following subject areas:
Science vs. Spirituality in Stress Management
PTSD- Integrated Medicine
Combat Stress- Burnout in Caregivers
Military Family Stress
Insomnia Due to Economic Stress
Pharmaceuticals vs. Subtle Energy
Articles should address practical considerations for the stress management practitioner and may not promote any specific product or facility.
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How do I submit a letter to the editor?
We welcome your comments. Please include your full name and address, along with a day and evening phone number so we can verify your letter. Submissions are edited for length, accuracy and clarity. Letters of 250 or fewer words have the best chance of being published.
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