141 | Warrior Reunion Foundation With Charlie Williams
Episode 14122nd November 2021 • The Military Veteran Dad Podcast • Ben Killoy
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Are you still trying to find your place in the world?

You are not alone, Veterans all around the United States are in the same spot as you. We leave the Military behind, but we also feel we leave ourselves behind in the process, and that journey to get direction after is the real front lines of a transition effort.

Today, I am talking with Charlie Williams, a part of an organization called Warriors Reunion Foundation. They bring together combat units who served together to rekindle the friendships that were left behind in time. It's a process that helps us reconnect with the good in our lives, the lives we protected, the lives we saved, and remember who has your six.

Charlie served in the Marine Corps from 2003-2007, has served in law enforcement, and now is the Program Manager for the foundation.

This is a special interview in the history books as we dive into several topics that hit the core struggle that Military Dads are faced with.  

Topics Covered:

  • Finding service after serving
  • Why reuniting units is important
  • Finding your place in the world after serving
  • Integrating your work with your parenting
  • Demonstrating grit to your kids
  • How to pass life lessons onto our kids

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