The Blame

It takes a lot of courage for a veteran to reach out and speak about their personal feelings and experiences, especially with all the stigma and tagging that comes hand in hand with mental health. Continue reading “The Blame”

When I Left the Army

Walking through the corridors of Barker Barracks, Paderborn in Germany, on a manhunt to find the final few relevant officers and Sergeant Majors in order to obtain their signatures upon my leaving documents. I was too naive to realise at the time that I would be getting more than just their signatures and it was I that foolishly chose to ignore the sound advice and opportunities that they proposed. Continue reading “When I Left the Army”