Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a silent killer!


For over a year, I have provided advocacy support to Lt Steve Crowston and deeply applaud him for his courage and bravery, in fighting against civil and human rights violations in the Navy.   Unbeknownst to the aggressor, your words and negative personnel actions towards innocent victims carries pain.  Pain that victims will be forced to live with for the rest of their lives. 

Yet, those who lack moral discipline, or self-dignity, would rather band together and hide behind their military rank and status in a concerted effort to violate another person’s civil and human rights.   By do so, you are denying veterans what they value most, the right to serve our country!

As a result of becoming a whistleblower, Steve now suffers from Post-traumatic stress disorder; like me and many other survivors of military workplace abuse.  Meanwhile, Steve is still serving on active duty and his civil and human rights are still being violated by senior Navy officials for “standing his moral ground” as a military whistleblower.

Read more about Steve's case: 

Please pray for him and other veterans who are learning to cope with PTSD and military workplace abuse.

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