We all experience sudden, unexpected events in our lives that we have not planned for and that require extra effort for keeping ourselves well. Re-evaluating your Wellness Tools during these difficult times can help to keep you out of crisis. Read more about how the elements of WRAP have helped Waynette to stay well.
By Waynette DeVonna Funderburk-Brock
There may be times when you have special needs due to a sudden change in your circumstances. You may be doing very well and, suddenly, you get thrown a curve ball. Sometimes you have advance warning and sometimes you don't. To keep things from getting out of control during these times-which would cause you and others even more difficulty and pain-you need information, help and support from others.
I've recently been having my own Personal Experience and in order for me to take the power out of it I need to elaborate on how the 5 Key Recovery Concepts, The Wellness Toolbox and WRAP have played a huge role in my life this week.
We're celebrating our Veterans with the Vet WRAP Bundle. For the month of November, the bundle is only $11. The Bundle includes WRAP for Veterans and People in the Military, The WRAP Workbook, My WRAP, and My WRAP Crisis Plan. If you bought these items individually they would cost $15. Buy the bundle and save!
WRAP for Veterans and People in the Military - This version of the plan was developed with input and guidance from people who are currently serving in the military as well as veterans and people in veterans' hospitals. While anyone can design and use their own WRAP, developing the plan with a supporter, in a group, or even as a family increases options and understanding. Each person will benefit from having their own copy.
WRAP for Veterans and People in the Military helps those on active duty, serving in the reserves, or those retired from the military, to cope with the hardship, trauma, and loss related to military service. Upsetting feelings and experiences may be keeping them from being the way they want to be and doing the things they want to do.