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1, 2, Many: Veteran Suicide with Timothy Lawson

Timothy Lawson with guests such as James Altucher

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1, 2, Many: Veteran Suicide with Timothy Lawson

1, 2, Many: Veteran Suicide with Timothy Lawson

Timothy Lawson with guests such as James Altucher

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5
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1, 2, Many podcast tells the stories behind veteran suicide. Hear from veterans, their families, and medical professionals about this important topic.

Latest Episodes

082: Something you can't control featuring Josh Howard (Marine)

We're back with new content. After a hiatus of nearly 18 months, we are continuing with programming. First to join us is Marine Veteran Josh Howard form Woodburned Warriors. He shares his perspective when his unit lost members to suicide and how he dealt with his own emotional struggles.

40 MIN2018 MAY 1
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082: Something you can't control featuring Josh Howard (Marine)

081: How can you trust that you matter? feat Corey Christman & Michael Le Buhn

It has been more than a year since we put out an episode, but this one is worth the wait. I was recently asked "how you have been able to trust people when they tell you that they love/appreciate you." Rather than responding with a quick, off-the-top response, I decided to think about it and have a conversation with someone else. I opened up the opportunity to my friends, and two wonderful gentlemen offered to join me. Corey Christman and Michael Le Buhn are both veterans that have been on this program before. The three of us each share our thoughts regarding this question and our own personal experiences that inform those thoughts.

27 MIN2017 SEP 15
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081: How can you trust that you matter? feat Corey Christman & Michael Le Buhn

080: "Standing on my Story" feat Timothy Jones, MST survivor

Timothy Jones is a good friend of mine and has been on the podcast before. He was originally on 1, 2, Many in 2014 to tell his friend's story. In that episode, Tim breifly mentioned his own struggles but never admitted being suicidal. Since then, Tim has healed and accepted his past. Now he's ready to share that part of his story. Tim was raped by a Marine when he was serving in Japan. That event led to a self-destructive lifestyle and a couple suicide attempts. "I wanted to hurt. I needed to feel." Listen to Tim's story and comment below with how it makes you feel. Let him know you appreciate him sharing his story. You can also let him know on Twitter @Timothy_M_Jones.

45 MIN2016 JUL 15
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080: "Standing on my Story" feat Timothy Jones, MST survivor

079: I've Been There and Now I'm Here (Momentary Reflections)

To all my friends, family, fans, peers, comrades, acquaintances, enemies, strangers and people I simply don't like: I'm here for you. I'm not just here if you want to talk about your problems. I'm here if you need to dig deep. I'm here if you need to bleed it out while someone else is in the room to experience the pain with you. We can talk about what you're going through. We can talk about my experiences. You can ask the questions. Or you can let me ask them. Maybe we'll pull questions from the Internet. We can call a hotline together or we can shut off our phones and sit in silence. You can even tell me you don't need to talk and that everything is OK, even if it isn't true. What's important is you let me be here, and that you understand that I'm here. Because it doesn't matter if you're a veteran or not. I understand, in some capacity, what you're going through. I've been to the figurative ledge. I've had the literal pills in my stomach. I've threatened suicide as a cry for help....

6 MIN2016 MAR 31
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079: I've Been There and Now I'm Here (Momentary Reflections)

078: New research from National Center for Veterans Studies feat Dr. Craig Bryan (Air Force)

Dr. Craig Bryan from the National Center for Veterans Studies at the University of Utah joins the podcast yet again. Dr. Bryan was featured on the show at the beginning of the project to share his insight on veteran suicide, PTSD, and trauma related behavior. He's back to discuss what he and his peers have discovered through research in a recent publication. Listen in as he explains what the study shows and how it can help treat veterans mental health.

37 MIN2016 MAR 23
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078: New research from National Center for Veterans Studies feat Dr. Craig Bryan (Air Force)

077: Suicide is the Last Thing I Want to do featuring Anthony Pavelko

I came across Anthony Pavelko on Facebook. I saw him mention his son's suicide. When I asked him to join me on the podcast, I was honored that he accepted. Anthony's story and feelings are powerful. He talks about what it takes to face guilt, depression, and regret. Before Anthony and I started our conversation, his chaplain came on and told me how much this interview meant to Anthony. I'm truly humbled to be able to provide a platform for these stories and give an outlet for this community. Please, let us know if you can resonate with Anthony's story in the comments below or on Twitter: @One2ManyProject @TimLawson21

24 MIN2016 MAR 2
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077: Suicide is the Last Thing I Want to do featuring Anthony Pavelko

076: Reach out for Your Lifelines feat Michael LeBuhn (Army)

I met Michael LeBuhn in Orlando at the Student Veterans of American National Conference. He attended my early morning session on suicide, and we both got along immediately. During the session, it was clear from his comments that he had experienced suicidal behavior himself. I offered him a chance to tell his story and he came through. In this podcast you’ll hear about a book Michael is a part of. For more on that book, check out the website:http://www.heartofaveteran.com/ For those of you subscribed in iTunes: we changed the feed back in January and it will be current with all of the episodes on March 1.

39 MIN2016 MAR 2
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076: Reach out for Your Lifelines feat Michael LeBuhn (Army)

075: Fighting Depression and Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail feat Zack Starr (Navy)

Navy veteran Zack Starr hiked the Pacific Crest Trail to find himself and heal his emotional wounds. Listen to his story about fighting depression, battling an injury, and recovering from it all.

66 MIN2016 MAR 2
Comments
075: Fighting Depression and Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail feat Zack Starr (Navy)

074: I Want to be Proud of Myself featuring Alex Gutierrez (Marine)

Alex Gutierre is a Marine Corps veteran that is currently battling emotinoal health issues. Alex was involved in a motorcycle accident that took the life of his passenger and put him in a month long coma. Alex describes his life and emotional state following the accident and where it stands now. This story is unique to the program as Alex admits that this is a current issue for him and one he is trying to overcome. Let us know what you think of this week’s story by tweeting us: @One2ManyProject (Podcast) @TimLawson21 (Host) @LawsonEntertain (Production)

31 MIN2016 MAR 2
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074: I Want to be Proud of Myself featuring Alex Gutierrez (Marine)

073: You Must Disrupt the Silence (Momentary Reflections)

I have experienced the deathly presence of silence too many times. For many people, including myself, peace and quiet is enjoyable. Unfortunately, when you’re experiencing emotional health issues, silence is like an assassin. Your head will struggle to make sense of the way you feel, and silence will step in to kill. This should be considered in two ways. The first applies to when you are silent during a time of need. Many of the ad campaigns, memes, PSAs, and hashtags encourage you to reach out. Society wants you to speak up. Rightfully so, since there’s very little anyone can do when they don’t know something needs to be done. To finish, listen to the podcast or go to One2ManyProject.com/Ep73

6 MIN2016 MAR 1
Comments
073: You Must Disrupt the Silence (Momentary Reflections)

Latest Episodes

082: Something you can't control featuring Josh Howard (Marine)

We're back with new content. After a hiatus of nearly 18 months, we are continuing with programming. First to join us is Marine Veteran Josh Howard form Woodburned Warriors. He shares his perspective when his unit lost members to suicide and how he dealt with his own emotional struggles.

40 MIN2018 MAY 1
Comments
082: Something you can't control featuring Josh Howard (Marine)

081: How can you trust that you matter? feat Corey Christman & Michael Le Buhn

It has been more than a year since we put out an episode, but this one is worth the wait. I was recently asked "how you have been able to trust people when they tell you that they love/appreciate you." Rather than responding with a quick, off-the-top response, I decided to think about it and have a conversation with someone else. I opened up the opportunity to my friends, and two wonderful gentlemen offered to join me. Corey Christman and Michael Le Buhn are both veterans that have been on this program before. The three of us each share our thoughts regarding this question and our own personal experiences that inform those thoughts.

27 MIN2017 SEP 15
Comments
081: How can you trust that you matter? feat Corey Christman & Michael Le Buhn

080: "Standing on my Story" feat Timothy Jones, MST survivor

Timothy Jones is a good friend of mine and has been on the podcast before. He was originally on 1, 2, Many in 2014 to tell his friend's story. In that episode, Tim breifly mentioned his own struggles but never admitted being suicidal. Since then, Tim has healed and accepted his past. Now he's ready to share that part of his story. Tim was raped by a Marine when he was serving in Japan. That event led to a self-destructive lifestyle and a couple suicide attempts. "I wanted to hurt. I needed to feel." Listen to Tim's story and comment below with how it makes you feel. Let him know you appreciate him sharing his story. You can also let him know on Twitter @Timothy_M_Jones.

45 MIN2016 JUL 15
Comments
080: "Standing on my Story" feat Timothy Jones, MST survivor

079: I've Been There and Now I'm Here (Momentary Reflections)

To all my friends, family, fans, peers, comrades, acquaintances, enemies, strangers and people I simply don't like: I'm here for you. I'm not just here if you want to talk about your problems. I'm here if you need to dig deep. I'm here if you need to bleed it out while someone else is in the room to experience the pain with you. We can talk about what you're going through. We can talk about my experiences. You can ask the questions. Or you can let me ask them. Maybe we'll pull questions from the Internet. We can call a hotline together or we can shut off our phones and sit in silence. You can even tell me you don't need to talk and that everything is OK, even if it isn't true. What's important is you let me be here, and that you understand that I'm here. Because it doesn't matter if you're a veteran or not. I understand, in some capacity, what you're going through. I've been to the figurative ledge. I've had the literal pills in my stomach. I've threatened suicide as a cry for help....

6 MIN2016 MAR 31
Comments
079: I've Been There and Now I'm Here (Momentary Reflections)

078: New research from National Center for Veterans Studies feat Dr. Craig Bryan (Air Force)

Dr. Craig Bryan from the National Center for Veterans Studies at the University of Utah joins the podcast yet again. Dr. Bryan was featured on the show at the beginning of the project to share his insight on veteran suicide, PTSD, and trauma related behavior. He's back to discuss what he and his peers have discovered through research in a recent publication. Listen in as he explains what the study shows and how it can help treat veterans mental health.

37 MIN2016 MAR 23
Comments
078: New research from National Center for Veterans Studies feat Dr. Craig Bryan (Air Force)

077: Suicide is the Last Thing I Want to do featuring Anthony Pavelko

I came across Anthony Pavelko on Facebook. I saw him mention his son's suicide. When I asked him to join me on the podcast, I was honored that he accepted. Anthony's story and feelings are powerful. He talks about what it takes to face guilt, depression, and regret. Before Anthony and I started our conversation, his chaplain came on and told me how much this interview meant to Anthony. I'm truly humbled to be able to provide a platform for these stories and give an outlet for this community. Please, let us know if you can resonate with Anthony's story in the comments below or on Twitter: @One2ManyProject @TimLawson21

24 MIN2016 MAR 2
Comments
077: Suicide is the Last Thing I Want to do featuring Anthony Pavelko

076: Reach out for Your Lifelines feat Michael LeBuhn (Army)

I met Michael LeBuhn in Orlando at the Student Veterans of American National Conference. He attended my early morning session on suicide, and we both got along immediately. During the session, it was clear from his comments that he had experienced suicidal behavior himself. I offered him a chance to tell his story and he came through. In this podcast you’ll hear about a book Michael is a part of. For more on that book, check out the website:http://www.heartofaveteran.com/ For those of you subscribed in iTunes: we changed the feed back in January and it will be current with all of the episodes on March 1.

39 MIN2016 MAR 2
Comments
076: Reach out for Your Lifelines feat Michael LeBuhn (Army)

075: Fighting Depression and Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail feat Zack Starr (Navy)

Navy veteran Zack Starr hiked the Pacific Crest Trail to find himself and heal his emotional wounds. Listen to his story about fighting depression, battling an injury, and recovering from it all.

66 MIN2016 MAR 2
Comments
075: Fighting Depression and Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail feat Zack Starr (Navy)

074: I Want to be Proud of Myself featuring Alex Gutierrez (Marine)

Alex Gutierre is a Marine Corps veteran that is currently battling emotinoal health issues. Alex was involved in a motorcycle accident that took the life of his passenger and put him in a month long coma. Alex describes his life and emotional state following the accident and where it stands now. This story is unique to the program as Alex admits that this is a current issue for him and one he is trying to overcome. Let us know what you think of this week’s story by tweeting us: @One2ManyProject (Podcast) @TimLawson21 (Host) @LawsonEntertain (Production)

31 MIN2016 MAR 2
Comments
074: I Want to be Proud of Myself featuring Alex Gutierrez (Marine)

073: You Must Disrupt the Silence (Momentary Reflections)

I have experienced the deathly presence of silence too many times. For many people, including myself, peace and quiet is enjoyable. Unfortunately, when you’re experiencing emotional health issues, silence is like an assassin. Your head will struggle to make sense of the way you feel, and silence will step in to kill. This should be considered in two ways. The first applies to when you are silent during a time of need. Many of the ad campaigns, memes, PSAs, and hashtags encourage you to reach out. Society wants you to speak up. Rightfully so, since there’s very little anyone can do when they don’t know something needs to be done. To finish, listen to the podcast or go to One2ManyProject.com/Ep73

6 MIN2016 MAR 1
Comments
073: You Must Disrupt the Silence (Momentary Reflections)
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