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Company Helps Our Troops with Stress, Trauma and Exhaustion

A North Carolina Company has released a CD containing self help coaching techniques developed to help our military return home without suffering from the long-term effects of stress, trauma, homesickness and exhaustion, including PTSD. The company is seeking individuals, organizations and corporations to sponsor CDs as a gift to our military to include in care packages being sent by several organizations.

Arden, NC, March 13, 2007 --( Operation Sponsor a Soldier was formed last year as a collaborative effort to create workable tools and techniques to help soldiers manage and control stress, trauma, homesickness and exhaustion. The tools and techniques presented on the CD have been used successfully with EMS teams and First Responders and are 99.9% effective in removing trauma from the body. Once removed using these techniques, trauma never returns. The goal of the company is to lessen the number of military returning home with long term stress and trauma related conditions, including PTSD.

The tools and techniques presented on the CD were developed by three psychologists with over 50 years combined experience working with trauma and addictive disorders. 

The company is seeking individuals, organizations and coporations to sponsor CDs as gifts to be included in care packages being sent to our troops. Each sponsored CD includes a personalized message from the sponsor to our troops.  CDs can be ordered on the company's website.

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Operation Sponsor A Soldier
Tanya Wilson

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