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Military Mental Wellness

To make a difference in another person’s life is the highest honour one can earn. Military and civilian caregivers at Ralston, open their hearts, minds and ears to help others in need every day, not only in their professional lives, but also in their personal lives. Friday, it was their turn to reach out and take care of themselves.   When one flies on a plane, we are reminded,    “In case of an emergency, place your oxygen mask on first, then help others.”    That is just what they did. My visual journaling morning session focus was to do a brain dump.    What is swimming around in your head that you have to release?  We began with journaling, then narrowing our thoughts down to keywords and phrases, then deciding what was most important to focus on. We used mixed media to represent that focus, remembering that we did not have to create a pretty picture, and in fact, it waz okay for it to be even be ugly.  The key was to make “Me Time,” to enjoy the process, reflect and release, be mi

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