Everything started to go wrong when he retired from the Army. “I began to feel unimportant; I had panic attacks and anxiety. I had no hope or meaning in my life. I had to cry alone because I didn't want to tell my wife about my combat trauma.” His Avalon training saved not only his life, but that of his wife who was also contemplating suicide because, he says, “my hopelessness was killing her too.”
I feel so lucky to have my life back, an even better life than I could have imagined.
I am dedicated to my family and to supporting other warriors. This saved my life, my wife's life, and my relationship with my children.