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It's from September but I saw a post from Women's Military Museum about her being the 5th woman "ever to earn the Tomb Guard Identification Badge (TGIB #688)." I Googled her and found this - and had no idea. I thought I'd post it as I don't remember it posted last year. To show those who might be struggling it's okay to get help and you can overcome your struggles if you get help.
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SGT Lisa Turner
SGT Lisa Turner
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Its not a sign of weakness to know you have a problem and then seek help for it. It is a sign of incredible strength to do so. If only Commanders would adopt such a stance there would be fewer suicides.
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SPC Nancy Greene
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This is a great post SFC (Join to see)! Suicide takes the lives of too many Veterans and Active Duty. This story is a testimony to the fact there is help available. IMHO, it takes courage to ask for help and it is Not a sign of weakness. Thanks for sharing this female’s courageous story!
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Jenn Moynihan
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Just shared this on FB
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