Jason Mack shares his story about the horrors of the Veterans Administration in seeking medical help, and channeling his dark place into a comedy set.
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Even psychologists need advice now and then. When Professor Jacqueline Keller’s friends and colleagues suggested she quit an academia job at which she was clearly miserable, she listened.
After spending seven months in one of her favorite places, she wrote a book about her experience –
Death Valley: A Winter’s Journey.
Where would you choose to spend seven months?
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Most people talk about embarking on adventures. Vern Jones has spent 88 years living them.
And, we visit Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site in Ganado, Arizona.
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This week, I talk with someone who is actually helping veterans – Wind Walker, Chairman of the Board & CEO of
Forgotten Warrior; Veterans Helping Veterans – who doesn’t pull his punches.
And, we visit the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area in Georgia.