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Struggle Well Podcast

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Your struggle may come in different forms, and be given one of many different names, such as anxiety, depression, addiction, and/or PTSD. No matter how much you or a loved one is struggling, one thing is almost certainly clear: you aren’t living the life you desire or deserve. Still, there is hope! By embracing the struggle, you can stop surviving and start thriving. Tune in to the show to hear inspirational stories of people who overcame struggle and turned it into strength. Learn about what happens after trauma and how people have achieved posttraumatic growth.

Latest Episodes

Warrior PATHH Alumni Ian Ricci shares his PTG journey and the road ahead

Listen to our Warrior PATHH Alumni Ian Ricci, and newly appointed Mobile Training Team PATHH Guide, share his ptg journey and the road ahead. Ian lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, with his wife and three daughters.

69 MIN2 w ago
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Warrior PATHH Alumni Ian Ricci shares his PTG journey and the road ahead

How Army veteran and psychologist Bret Moore discovered PTG

At one point the longest deployed psychologist in U.S. Army history, Dr. Bret Moore talks about what inspired him to become a psychologist, life in the Army, how he learned about PTG, and tips for living a great life and learning to struggle well.

47 MIN2019 DEC 19
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How Army veteran and psychologist Bret Moore discovered PTG

A Thanksgiving Special: Deconstructing Gratitude

Thanksgiving reminds us all to always be grateful and have gratitude for all we have in life. Listen to Josh Goldberg, the Executive Director of the Boulder Crest Institute, and Nate McCafferty, BCR VA PATHH Guide, dissect gratitude and how we practice that in Warrior PATHH.www.BoulderCrestRetreat.com/WarriorPATHHwww.BoulderCrestInstitute.orgwww.strugglewell.com

32 MIN2019 NOV 26
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A Thanksgiving Special: Deconstructing Gratitude

Navy EOD Wife Lindsey Stacy talks about life as a caregiver

Listen to Navy EOD wife, Lindsey Stacy, talk about her life as a caregiver and give insight into her daily life managing a household of six. Lindsey is married to Kenton Stacy, a highly decorated Navy Senior Chief EOD Technician, who holds two bronze stars and a purple heart. They have four children together and currently reside in San Diego, California. The couple grew up in Greenville, Ohio, and were high school sweethearts.On November 9, 2017, towards the end of Kenton’s fourth combat deployment, he was struck by an IED while clearing a hospital in Syria. The IED detonated and forever changed their lives. Kenton had to fight for his life and was resuscitated four times after the blast. He lost six inches of his trachea and 42 pints of blood. The IED penetrated through his neck and out his spine leaving him a quadriplegic. The shrapnel has left Kenton blind in his left eye, and his voice box and vocal cords were so damaged he can’t produce a voice and relies on his wife to read ...

37 MIN2019 OCT 30
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Navy EOD Wife Lindsey Stacy talks about life as a caregiver

Josh Goldberg shares his past with suicide and talks all things PTG

Listen to Josh Goldberg talk about his struggles with suicide, posttraumatic growth, and answer questions with special guest Anna Kavanaugh, Boulder Crest Institute's Content Manager.Stay: A History of Suicide and the Philosophies Against It https://www.amazon.com/Stay-History-Suicide-Philosophies-Against/dp/B00FVX7SVK/ref=sr_1_16?keywords=stay&qid=1569201795&s=books&sr=1-16

76 MIN2019 SEP 23
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Josh Goldberg shares his past with suicide and talks all things PTG

RET US Marine EOD TECH Tim Brown talks his path to growth, strength, and service.

Listen to RET US Marine Tim Brown, a native of San Antonio and Houston, Texas, tell his story of how he survived an IED blast in February 2011 and how it changed his life forever. From chats with his EOD teammates, as well as a helmet camera video, he learned that on the afternoon of 3 February 2011, he triggered an explosive device while responding to an IED that was discovered by the Marines of India Company, 3rd Battalion 5th Marines. Taliban forces in Sangin, Afghanistan specifically designed this IED to target his EOD team; a team which had already lost a team leader to severe wounds. The blast caused Tim to lose both legs above the knee, his right arm above the elbow, mangled his left hand, and left him with severe damage to the perineum. Tim has made 40 trips to the operating room since that date for reconstructive surgeries. Tim retired from the Marine Corps and is currently finishing his degree from Georgetown University. He will spend the next year as the head of the Unive...

69 MIN2019 AUG 23
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RET US Marine EOD TECH Tim Brown talks his path to growth, strength, and service.

US Navy EOD Andrew Bottrell talks taking charge of life by never letting trauma define you

Josh and Ken sit down with Andrew Bottrell, a former Navy EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) Technician, who shares his story, lessons learned, and outlook on life. He talks about how he managed to not become addicted to painkillers while still able to use prosthetic legs just two months after his injury in Afghanistan in 2011. The blast took three of Andrew’s limbs; both legs and one arm. Andrew says that NONE of these things define him. He believes you need to dominate your life through whatever happens. If you do not like your situation, change it. Do not blame somebody else for it and do not wait for somebody else to do something about it. You are not entitled to anything, only what you work for. Take control of your own life, because life is what you make of it, so make the best of it. Andrew lives with his wife and daughter in San Diego, California.Andrew's Bio with Gary Sinise: https://youtu.be/vuezyunGKRQAndrew Bottrell's Home Dedication: https://youtu.be/heTfDL_OF9I

53 MIN2019 JUL 19
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US Navy EOD Andrew Bottrell talks taking charge of life by never letting trauma define you

Survivors Pride: How Mike Schlitz transformed loss and injury into purpose, service, and growth

Listen to Ken and Josh speak to Retired U.S. Army SFC Michael Schlitz talk about life in the military and his journey to strength and growth after he and his crew were hit with an improvised explosive device (IED) on a road-clearing mission in Baghdad, Iraq, in 2007. Mike didn’t learn until 11 months after getting hit that his gunman and medic were killed instantly, and his driver passed away shortly after the blast. Mike, who was sitting in the passenger seat, was ejected from the vehicle and lost both hands and his eyesight in his left eye due to a scarred cornea. He sustained burns on 85% of his body. Mike works for the Gary Sinise Foundation and has partnered with Josh, Ken, and the Boulder Crest team to support and mentor fellow veterans walking their own journey of PTG. Mike is a student, coach, and mentor, and a true example of PTG in action. Listen to his amazing story now. www.StruggleWell.comwww.BoulderCrestInstitute.org

53 MIN2019 MAY 17
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Survivors Pride: How Mike Schlitz transformed loss and injury into purpose, service, and growth

Josh Goldberg, Dr. Richard Tedeschi, and the world of PTG

Josh Goldberg, Co-founder and Executive Director of the Boulder Crest Institute for Posttraumatic Growth, checked in with Dr. Richard Tedeschi, the founder of the term “Posttraumatic Growth,” as they discuss the history of PTG and how combat veterans and people can learn to thrive after suffering trauma. Dive in and listen now.

62 MIN2019 MAY 1
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Josh Goldberg, Dr. Richard Tedeschi, and the world of PTG

Welcome to the Struggle Well Podcast

Ken Falke, the Chairman and Founder of Boulder Crest and the EOD Warrior Foundation, and Josh Goldberg, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Boulder Crest Institute for Posttraumatic Growth, co-wrote a book called “Struggle Well: Thriving in the aftermath of Trauma” last May. Since then, Struggle Well has been spreading all over the nation. Now, these two mental health innovators decided to take the message further and launch the Struggle Well Podcast, supported by the Mental Health News Radio Network. Listen to Ken and Josh talk about their journey from Boulder Crest Retreat to the launch of the podcast and what it’s all about.

14 MIN2019 APR 24
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Welcome to the Struggle Well Podcast

Latest Episodes

Warrior PATHH Alumni Ian Ricci shares his PTG journey and the road ahead

Listen to our Warrior PATHH Alumni Ian Ricci, and newly appointed Mobile Training Team PATHH Guide, share his ptg journey and the road ahead. Ian lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, with his wife and three daughters.

69 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Warrior PATHH Alumni Ian Ricci shares his PTG journey and the road ahead

How Army veteran and psychologist Bret Moore discovered PTG

At one point the longest deployed psychologist in U.S. Army history, Dr. Bret Moore talks about what inspired him to become a psychologist, life in the Army, how he learned about PTG, and tips for living a great life and learning to struggle well.

47 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
How Army veteran and psychologist Bret Moore discovered PTG

A Thanksgiving Special: Deconstructing Gratitude

Thanksgiving reminds us all to always be grateful and have gratitude for all we have in life. Listen to Josh Goldberg, the Executive Director of the Boulder Crest Institute, and Nate McCafferty, BCR VA PATHH Guide, dissect gratitude and how we practice that in Warrior PATHH.www.BoulderCrestRetreat.com/WarriorPATHHwww.BoulderCrestInstitute.orgwww.strugglewell.com

32 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
A Thanksgiving Special: Deconstructing Gratitude

Navy EOD Wife Lindsey Stacy talks about life as a caregiver

Listen to Navy EOD wife, Lindsey Stacy, talk about her life as a caregiver and give insight into her daily life managing a household of six. Lindsey is married to Kenton Stacy, a highly decorated Navy Senior Chief EOD Technician, who holds two bronze stars and a purple heart. They have four children together and currently reside in San Diego, California. The couple grew up in Greenville, Ohio, and were high school sweethearts.On November 9, 2017, towards the end of Kenton’s fourth combat deployment, he was struck by an IED while clearing a hospital in Syria. The IED detonated and forever changed their lives. Kenton had to fight for his life and was resuscitated four times after the blast. He lost six inches of his trachea and 42 pints of blood. The IED penetrated through his neck and out his spine leaving him a quadriplegic. The shrapnel has left Kenton blind in his left eye, and his voice box and vocal cords were so damaged he can’t produce a voice and relies on his wife to read ...

37 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
Navy EOD Wife Lindsey Stacy talks about life as a caregiver

Josh Goldberg shares his past with suicide and talks all things PTG

Listen to Josh Goldberg talk about his struggles with suicide, posttraumatic growth, and answer questions with special guest Anna Kavanaugh, Boulder Crest Institute's Content Manager.Stay: A History of Suicide and the Philosophies Against It https://www.amazon.com/Stay-History-Suicide-Philosophies-Against/dp/B00FVX7SVK/ref=sr_1_16?keywords=stay&qid=1569201795&s=books&sr=1-16

76 MIN2019 SEP 23
Comments
Josh Goldberg shares his past with suicide and talks all things PTG

RET US Marine EOD TECH Tim Brown talks his path to growth, strength, and service.

Listen to RET US Marine Tim Brown, a native of San Antonio and Houston, Texas, tell his story of how he survived an IED blast in February 2011 and how it changed his life forever. From chats with his EOD teammates, as well as a helmet camera video, he learned that on the afternoon of 3 February 2011, he triggered an explosive device while responding to an IED that was discovered by the Marines of India Company, 3rd Battalion 5th Marines. Taliban forces in Sangin, Afghanistan specifically designed this IED to target his EOD team; a team which had already lost a team leader to severe wounds. The blast caused Tim to lose both legs above the knee, his right arm above the elbow, mangled his left hand, and left him with severe damage to the perineum. Tim has made 40 trips to the operating room since that date for reconstructive surgeries. Tim retired from the Marine Corps and is currently finishing his degree from Georgetown University. He will spend the next year as the head of the Unive...

69 MIN2019 AUG 23
Comments
RET US Marine EOD TECH Tim Brown talks his path to growth, strength, and service.

US Navy EOD Andrew Bottrell talks taking charge of life by never letting trauma define you

Josh and Ken sit down with Andrew Bottrell, a former Navy EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) Technician, who shares his story, lessons learned, and outlook on life. He talks about how he managed to not become addicted to painkillers while still able to use prosthetic legs just two months after his injury in Afghanistan in 2011. The blast took three of Andrew’s limbs; both legs and one arm. Andrew says that NONE of these things define him. He believes you need to dominate your life through whatever happens. If you do not like your situation, change it. Do not blame somebody else for it and do not wait for somebody else to do something about it. You are not entitled to anything, only what you work for. Take control of your own life, because life is what you make of it, so make the best of it. Andrew lives with his wife and daughter in San Diego, California.Andrew's Bio with Gary Sinise: https://youtu.be/vuezyunGKRQAndrew Bottrell's Home Dedication: https://youtu.be/heTfDL_OF9I

53 MIN2019 JUL 19
Comments
US Navy EOD Andrew Bottrell talks taking charge of life by never letting trauma define you

Survivors Pride: How Mike Schlitz transformed loss and injury into purpose, service, and growth

Listen to Ken and Josh speak to Retired U.S. Army SFC Michael Schlitz talk about life in the military and his journey to strength and growth after he and his crew were hit with an improvised explosive device (IED) on a road-clearing mission in Baghdad, Iraq, in 2007. Mike didn’t learn until 11 months after getting hit that his gunman and medic were killed instantly, and his driver passed away shortly after the blast. Mike, who was sitting in the passenger seat, was ejected from the vehicle and lost both hands and his eyesight in his left eye due to a scarred cornea. He sustained burns on 85% of his body. Mike works for the Gary Sinise Foundation and has partnered with Josh, Ken, and the Boulder Crest team to support and mentor fellow veterans walking their own journey of PTG. Mike is a student, coach, and mentor, and a true example of PTG in action. Listen to his amazing story now. www.StruggleWell.comwww.BoulderCrestInstitute.org

53 MIN2019 MAY 17
Comments
Survivors Pride: How Mike Schlitz transformed loss and injury into purpose, service, and growth

Josh Goldberg, Dr. Richard Tedeschi, and the world of PTG

Josh Goldberg, Co-founder and Executive Director of the Boulder Crest Institute for Posttraumatic Growth, checked in with Dr. Richard Tedeschi, the founder of the term “Posttraumatic Growth,” as they discuss the history of PTG and how combat veterans and people can learn to thrive after suffering trauma. Dive in and listen now.

62 MIN2019 MAY 1
Comments
Josh Goldberg, Dr. Richard Tedeschi, and the world of PTG

Welcome to the Struggle Well Podcast

Ken Falke, the Chairman and Founder of Boulder Crest and the EOD Warrior Foundation, and Josh Goldberg, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Boulder Crest Institute for Posttraumatic Growth, co-wrote a book called “Struggle Well: Thriving in the aftermath of Trauma” last May. Since then, Struggle Well has been spreading all over the nation. Now, these two mental health innovators decided to take the message further and launch the Struggle Well Podcast, supported by the Mental Health News Radio Network. Listen to Ken and Josh talk about their journey from Boulder Crest Retreat to the launch of the podcast and what it’s all about.

14 MIN2019 APR 24
Comments
Welcome to the Struggle Well Podcast
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