The Effect of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

As told to Beverly K.

Words cannot express what this means to me (to receive a Comfort Cub). My son passed away on January 6, 2017. He stepped in front of a truck. He served in the army as a sergeant for two tours. When he came back he had PTSD. It broke my heart. He had just turned 32 on January 29th. He was my baby and only son out of three children.

He is truly missed by me everyday. Thank you to everyone who has suffered the tragic loss of a loved one. And to the young lady that these bears were made in her honor. Bless You.

NOTE: We have encountered amazing people who have cubs on hand to give to others in need. They have raised funds on their own to purchase these cubs. Beverly gave a Comfort Cub to this woman and she wrote to tell Beverly how much it means to her to have this cub. We are so grateful to you Beverly, and so thankful you gave her a cub.

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