I didn’t feel what I wanted to be after high college, so I decided to join the army.
My dad was an army girl and her dad was in the marines.
Since I didn’t feel what I wanted to do with our life, I thought it was the logical next step. I spent a few years in the army and I was extremely accurate with a sniper rifle. It didn’t take long for me to receive a promotion and a spot sniping targets from long range, and of course, that put me right in the middle of enemy territory all of the time. I was constantly fearful for our life and I was in the middle of the most dangerous situations imaginable, and when I was hit by enemy fire, our work came to a screeching haltâ€¦ The bullet severed our left eye and I lost all sight in the eye. I could no longer toil as a sniper for the military and they cast me aside as swiftly as they promoted me. I was discharged after 6 years and 16 afternoons with the US army, however after that, I couldn’t sleep at all. I felt appreciate I could hear gunshots in the distance, then every time I closed our eyep, I felt appreciate I was in the middle of the battlefield. My primary care physician told me this is called PTSD. The girl gave me a prescription for medical marijuana! She told me to use medical marijuana at bedtime to help me rest more legitimately at night. I legitimately didn’t assume that medical marijuana would help, but I have been pleasantly surprised. The Indica strains help me sleep more soundly than I have slept in 10 years. Occasionally loud noises still wake me up, but it’s a lot easier to go back to sleep.