Hope For The 22: The True Story of a Soldier Battling Despair and Suicide

The Laughing Willow

$15.00 Sale price

An illustration of what veterans go through during and after their time in the military, along with the psychological warfare that takes place in the lives of millions of veterans. Furthermore, it is a beacon of light for every individual that has ever gone through anxiety, depression, combat, fear, PTSD, and suicidal thoughts.

About The Author: Lino Camacho joined the US Army as an infantryman and encountered multiple firefights while deployed to Afghanistan. He was a homeless veteran for six months after getting out of the military and later married his wife Esmeralda. They now reside in, North Texas, and they are pursuing their careers in education and occupational therapy assistant. Now he is called to bring a story of encouragement and hope to those who are going through similar situations. Furthermore, Lino is focused on spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ through his testimony, along with reducing the number of veterans that commit suicide in the United States.

Regular price $15.00

An illustration of what veterans go through during and after their time in the military, along with the psychological warfare that takes place in the lives of millions of veterans. Furthermore, it is a beacon of light for every individual that has ever gone through anxiety, depression, combat, fear, PTSD, and suicidal thoughts.

About The Author: Lino Camacho joined the US Army as an infantryman and encountered multiple firefights while deployed to Afghanistan. He was a homeless veteran for six months after getting out of the military and later married his wife Esmeralda. They now reside in, North Texas, and they are pursuing their careers in education and occupational therapy assistant. Now he is called to bring a story of encouragement and hope to those who are going through similar situations. Furthermore, Lino is focused on spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ through his testimony, along with reducing the number of veterans that commit suicide in the United States.