They leave their families, giving their time, talents and skills to protect others. But when veterans, especially women, come home, there is a battle they often fight alone.
“There have been several times where I have gone to a clinic, and waiting in the waiting room, and they call me to be seen, and they say ‘Mr.’ I’m not a mister. I am Ms. Wheeler,” Kenya Wheeler shared.
Wheeler joined the military right out of high school. She said she loved the fact that she served her country. But there was something that happened to her that she wished she could forget.
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