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bush5Mikey Piro is a two time Veteran of Iraq.  He was formally diagnosed with PTSD in 2006 and has been managing and learning to deal with it since.  His goal for this site is to help others manage their symptoms through education and support.  His life goal is to achieve “Post Traumatic Growth” a zen-like state where his experience and training forge him into a greater mental state of understanding and acceptance.  Currently, each day has its ups and downs and he uses his ever growing tool-kit and super support from his family to get by.

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  1. Kbrown

    Support Our Troops and Wounded War Veterans with PTSD by Attending DC’s Hottest St. Patrick’s Day Party at Watershed Restaurant

    While it’s going to take more than the luck of the Irish to mend the “invisible wounds of war” for many of our U.S. servicemen, “power couple”, Chef Todd and Ellen Gray are hoping to at least provide some relief to some local DC military families by hosting a St. Patrick’s Day cocktail party at their acclaimed new restaurant, Watershed. Proceeds will benefit NOT ALONE, a local non-profit dedicated to reducing military suicide rates and increasing treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
    The cocktail party at Watershed is not only designed to support the needs of our local troops, but also developed as a unique alternative for St. Paddy day party goers who are looking for a more hip and stylish celebration event, that’s outside of the typical pub scene.

    The event will be held at Watershed on Sat. March 17th at 6 pm. Tickets are $100.00 per person and includes open bar and signature Eastern Seaboard inspired cuisine. The restaurant is metro-accessible—Red Line metro stop: New York Avenue. Just visit NOT ALONE WATERSHED COCKTAIL PARTY, or contact Danielle Zopf at phone: (615) 243-7400 or email: danielle@notalone.com to get your tickets today.

  2. Scott Marsh

    Mr. Piro, I listened to your entire interview with Mr. Sullivan and I just wanted to thank you for your candor and transparency. Hang-in-there with your recovery! I wish you all the best!

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