Mental Health as a Retired Army Vet

In this episode of the For Her Empire Podcast,  Retired Army Veteran Annette Marie Whittenberger talks about dealing with her mental health and relationship with her family especially her kids, after being in the Army for 17 years.

She also talks about adjusting to being a civilian and losing the routine and structure she had for 17 years.

Listen to this episode below to learn more about how Annette coped with suddenly having no structure after retirement.

If you’d like to see our faces and watch our interaction with each other, watch the interview on YouTube below.

To learn more about Annette visit her blog or follow her on Instagram and Facebook.

Here’s a list of all For Her Podcast Episodes, we guarantee that there’s an episode that matches the problem you’re facing right now.

Related Posts

How to Create a PR Strategy With Alessandra Pollina

How to Create a PR Strategy With Alessandra Pollina

Regardless of the size of your business, or which industry you’re in, you need a PR strategy. The key, however, is to develop a public relations strategy that will draw the attention of journalists, brand influencers, and consumers who will help spread the word about your announcement.

Finding Your Leadership Style with Jamie Martin

Finding Your Leadership Style with Jamie Martin

When we take the reins for the first time, we can adopt a leadership style that we’ve seen in others, or that we’ve heard or read about. If it seems to be working, we’ll probably stick with it – it’ll become “our” style. You’ve probably worked with a lot of leaders over the course of your career.

How to Overcome Speaking Anxiety

How to Overcome Speaking Anxiety

Introverted-ness and speaking anxiety may be confused because the exhibit similar characteristics. Speaking anxiety is mostly brought about external factors. It may be as deep as a traumatic experience or even an issue with one’s confidence. With proper practice and help, public speaking can be mastered. The anxiety will never be fully eliminated but we can learn how to deal with it.

0 Comments

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Here’s a Gift for you

Free Brand Positioning Statement Template

Free Weekly Planner

Free Weekly Planner

Download our free printable and fillable PDF weekly planner to help you plan your week in advance.

Use this planner to outline your weekly goals, plan your daily tasks, and to compare your planned vs actual tasks.

Your weekly planner has been sent to your email.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Share this post with your friends!