Skip to comments.Best-selling author, veterans advocate dies
Posted on 12/05/2016 4:01:14 PM PST by OddLane
An Army veteran who overcame a severe case of post-traumatic stress disorder to become a best-selling author and veterans advocate died over the weekend in El Paso.
Luis Carlos Montalvan, age 43, died late Friday night at a Downtown hotel, officials with the El Paso Police Department said.
Montalvan was the author of the best-selling book Until Tuesday: A Wounded Warrior and the Golden Retriever Who Saved Him. The 2011 book details his struggles with PTSD and how his dog, Tuesday, helped him...
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Rest in the peace you have earned, soldier.
Go with God Luis. Thank you for your service
Thank you, Luis.
Rest in Peace.
One of the average 22 active and retired military each day who take their own life? A VFW service project this year was Change Direction
Sign #1: Their personality changes.
Sign #2: They seem uncharacteristically angry, anxious, agitated, or moody.
Sign #3: They withdraw or isolate themselves from other people.
Sign #4: They stop taking care of themselves and may engage in risky behavior.
Sign #5: They seem overcome with hopelessness and overwhelmed by their circumstances.
Not to make light of PTSD, but all 5 of those characteristics I have.
Offhand, I don’t know what that means.
If you have all 5 of them you need to seek confidential help and find out if there’s a solution.
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