Lambda Sigma Pi Service Day

By Julie Glenn of Lambda Sigma Pi Sorority During these crazy times with Covid its harder than ever to find places to spend time at and volunteer all across the country. This is because various establishments won’t allow outside visitors at Nursing homes or women’s shelters for example. That did not stop the ladies ofContinue reading “Lambda Sigma Pi Service Day”

Turning the Tide on Suicide

Killeen, Texas – January 30, 2021 By Amy Headrick, Outreach Coordinator, Fight the War Within Never did we imagine that we would be traveling so quickly outside of the Savannah area. We did though, our networking took us to Killeen, Texas. This started out as a class and a  Buddy Watch Walk, but ended upContinue reading “Turning the Tide on Suicide”

The End of the Pier

By Miranda Briggs Fight the War Within Foundation crossed paths with the founder of Buddy Watch Walk, John Ring, this past summer and immediately knew that we were going to work together in the future. We had no clue that the future would be so soon or that the impact would be so immense.  TheContinue reading “The End of the Pier”

Weathering the Darkness

The importance that a single moment holds is beyond the power that any words could ever explain. Whether dark or bright, every second of time carries significance. Whether we comprehend that in the most vital times is not always up to us. Time is our drill sergeant and it will smoke the shit out ofContinue reading “Weathering the Darkness”

Rage Against the Dying of the Light

Article submitted by AnonymousPoem Excerpts from “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night” by Dylan Thomas It was senior year in high school, I was trying to come out of the closet. I just wanted to be accepted. My brother, who was my best friend, wouldn’t accept me unless I had sex with hisContinue reading “Rage Against the Dying of the Light”

In Her Own Words: Domestic Violence

By Esperanza Cafuné  You don’t owe anyone your story. You don’t need to be trauma-bounded. You don’t have to explain yourself to anyone.  Unless you are ready to share, ready to scream out into the abyss, to proclaim your fear of loss, fear of what you have lost, and fear of what you will loseContinue reading “In Her Own Words: Domestic Violence”

Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month

National Suicide Prevention (or Awareness) Month is commonly known to be from 1 to 30 September.  The month of September is used to bring awareness and to shed light on a highly taboo and stigmatized subject.  Suicide not only affects the one who dies by it, but it also affects those surrounding that person.  AccordingContinue reading “Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month”