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Military Podcast Resources
Be Crazy Well
It’s not what’s wrong, it’s what happened! Be Crazy Well, a podcast of Coming Home Well, explores mental and emotional wellbeing from the perspective that “a diagnosis” doesn’t tell the story of what happened to you. Understanding what happened provides the most important intel to plan and execute a new and effective mission to your mental health. Join Suzi and her mental health allies as she disrupts the mental health establishment and starts a mental health evolution! You have to Do Different, to Be Different, so you can create the person you deserve to be and the life you deserve to live. Each podcast will be filled with the newest mental health research, people who walk their mental health talk and wellness practices so we can BE CRAZY WELL.
Beyond the Frontline
TACKLING THE TRANSITION FROM SERVICE Exiting the military can be tough at times so having the resources to help make the transition a bit more smooth is helpful. In this podcast your hosts talk with experts in the fields of leadership, entrepreneurship, sharpening and highlighting your skills and working towards a successful transition. You will also hear true and transparent stories from those that have struggled with their transition but have found ways to persevere.
Bullets 2 Bedpans
Bullets 2 Bedpans…. a space for military nurses and medics to speak freely and candidly. And yes, that means inappropriate humor, uncomfortable topics, the good, the bad and the ugly. Hosted by Med Zepplin (MZ) and nurse, Dee Tox. No topic is off the table. Please refer to episode show notes as the content may not be suitable for some audiences. If you’re under 18, this probably is not a show for you.
Camouflage and Cover-Ups
Coming Home Well Network presents a podcast about all things government or military, mainly their shenanigans. Jenn is a retired Navy Aviator and Page is a civilian with a lot of questions. Together they add humor to some heavy stories about government cover-ups, murders, spies, military, the 3 letter agencies, Presidents, conspiracies, and maybe even aliens.
Coming Home Well Podcast
2200 Taps Podcast
A Veterans mission to help save lives by giving people a safe place to share their stories through film, music and media! Why? Losing people, especially our own kids to suicide is absolutely gut wrenching. Losing 22 Veterans a day is bullshit and I was almost one of them! I will continue to stop at nothing until we get that number down to ZERO! We share stories of those who have gone through traumas/tragedies, but how they’ve been able to overcome them because somebody needs to hear it. Is that somebody you?
Veteran Et Cetera
Veteran Et Cetera is a podcast meant for those interested in understanding veteran lives from its distinct culture of the warrior at Home. Confused by media misrepresentations of Veterans? Are you asking yourself where the veteran’s voice was after the war? This podcast explores the many narratives/counter-narratives of veteran and military life to better understand veterans and their lived experiences. Because there isn’t a Veteran Civilian Divide, just lack of awareness of veteran culture. Host, Mike Kim, has been researching the “veteran readjustment culture” in and out of uniform since the early 90s as a war vet, ex-monk, seasoned war trauma therapist, and writer. Mike will share his contemplations on unfolding issues, events, media production, Et Cetera tied to veteran lives, as well as, intriguing veterans and civilians tied to daily life and outlier expressions of veterans
Veteran Spouse Network
The Veteran Spouse Network Podcast highlights the experiences, stories, and needs of military and veteran families. This podcast brings together military and veteran spouses, partners, couples, family members, providers, and experts to speak on topics that are unique to the military and veteran family population, bringing awareness to experiences and challenges, sharing resources and information, and creating a space where members of this population can create a community of support and know they are not alone.