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inktoxicatedd
Oct 29, 2017

Life Changing!

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I am a USN veteran. I have multiple injuries, and other diagnosis. I was introduced to diving through a veteran program. They helped me into a life style that btings happiness and support. the Diving community is extremly nice and helpful. I deal with chronic pain, light sensitivity, insomnia, depresion anxiety and other issues that make everyday life difficult. when I dive, I feel free, useful, and very calm. After the dives I sleep very well and peaceful. If you have every wanted to be part of something that brings the best in you, look no further! Diving will enrich your life in so many ways. Take a leap of faith and experience this amazing lifestyle for your selves! The hardest part of being discharged was feeling alone, diving with your fellow vets will show you that we are not alone and there is a world under the water that is simply blissfull.

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    Nov 14, 2017

    More and more benefits discovered daily as it relates to scuba diving. This will surely put a smile on your face. Enjoy! https://www.today.com/video/veterans-suffering-from-ptsd-find-ease-swimming-among-whale-sharks-1094199363723
  • veterandiving
    Nov 10, 2017

    Hello fellow divers I am a PADi Instructor who has the privledge of working to train injured Veterans to learn to Scuba dive in San Diego CA. I am so honored to work with Patriots for Disabled Divers and the Ocean Enterprises Foundation to help you all to accomplish your new mission to find peace beneath the surface. Scuba diving has pulled me through some very trying times in my life and I am aware of what beneits it offers to those willing to step outside of your comfort zone an djoin me for a little Submersion Diversion! Shane Yost ,featured in the attached article is one of many Aspire program divers who took his Scuba experience to a whole new level! Check out his story here ! if you are ready to take the plunge reach out to us for direction. SEA you all in the near future and remember Salt Water heals everything! Shane you are amazing! Kym PADI MSDT Veteran Liasion https://www.facebook.com/shane.hugs/posts/752585264942273
  • rocio_ruiz
    Oct 31, 2017

    I am a female Army veteran. I live in Escondido Ca with my husband and my 4 kids. I served in Iraq 2006. This journey of diving has been more amazing that I could ever imagine! In July 2017, I was introduced to diving by Kym Larsen. I have dove in La Jolla and Catalina Island. I am diagnose with TBI, PTSD and other injuries. Some of my symptoms are memory loss, chronic pain and depression. For me, diving takes me away from my symptoms and my life opens up to this new world under the sea where all I feel is peace. All the sounds just stop. Peaceful silence... like a real mermaid, “part of that world” with fishes that come closer to take a curious look at me and I hear nothing else and thus nothing comes in the way of me enjoying the beautiful sea life on every dive. Thanks to donors and supporters I had the privilege diving with my brothers and sisters and that is healing to me. I strongly recommend suba diving to my fellow disabled veterans. I am currently looking forward in owning my own scuba gear and exploring other oceans.