Tuesday, October 4, 2016

REVIEW: Love Our Vets and GIVEAWAY

Love Our Vets: Restoring Hope for Families of Veterans with PTSD AND GIVEAWAY!

Take some time to care for yourself as the caregiver by entering to win a prize pack from Welby full of items to help you relax and de-stress.
One grand prize winner will receive:
  • A copy of Love Our Vets
  • picture frame to remind yourself to pray for your vet and the other veterans
  • wooden card to send to your vet to let him or her know you’re thankful for his or her service
  • water bottle to help keep you healthy and in prayer
  • set of journals to help you walk through Love Our Vets
  • relaxing candle to melt away stress

Enter today by clicking the icon below, but hurry! The giveaway ends on October 17. The winner will be announced October 18 on the Litfuse blog.

 About the author
Welby O’Brien has a master’s degree in counseling from Portland State University and a teaching degree from Biola University. She has been featured as a guest speaker across the country and interviewed on radio and TV. Welby initiated and continues to facilitate the national support network known as Love Our Vets — PTSD Family Support. O’Brien has authored several books, including Formerly a Wife and Good–bye for Now, as well as contributed to Chicken Soup for the Soul and Shepherding Women in Pain. As the wife of a veteran who suffers from PTSD, O’Brien stumbled alone in the dark for years, desperate for guidance and support. Through her latest book, Love Our Vets: Restoring Hope for Families of Veterans with PTSD, she shares the lifelines of hope that helped her in her own journey with PTSD. O’Brien is crazy about her husband, who is a 100% disabled veteran. They live in Portland, Oregon, and together find fulfillment as they face the daily challenges of PTSD. Keep up with Welby O’Brien at www.LoveOurVets.org and on Facebook (LoveOurVetsPtsdFamilySupport).


Welby O'Brien said...

Thank you so much for sharing all of this, as well
as how PTSD has impacted you and your family.
Praying that those who struggle will reach out
for help and support.
God bless you!

Welby O'Brien

Vanessa B said...

Thank you for the opportunity to review this for you, PTSD is such a HUGE thing that people try to hide and if more people would not be so afraid to help others we could save so many lives.