The rear guard poem essay

I know a Vietnam vet that, as you, had to shoot and kill a child, as many warriors have had to do. He carried her around inside for over 30 years. He, as you was tormented. After many years, his therapist suggested that he have a figurative funeral for her. It so happened the next week his long in pain very old mother died. He went to her funeral and figuratively laid the little girl in his mother’s arms for her to take care of her forever. Immediately he felt better. As time passed, with each time he remembered laying the little girl in his mother’s arms he felt better.  Perhaps you can do the same in your mind. Use your spirituality in this one.  Find a spiritual caretaker for the child.  (Remember, retrain the brain is what this is all about)

The rear guard poem essay

the rear guard poem essay

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