Shared Stories

Here is a collection of user-submitted stories on the impact Walk The Talk America has had and other topics we’re passionate about. We hope you find comfort from others who share experiences similar to yours and learn from new perspectives.

If you would like to share your story, we’d love to hear it. Your story can be the inspiration that keeps a person motivated!

Firearms and my daughter

Firearms and my daughter

I have long said that there needs to be more of an understanding between mental health and the right to keep your firearms, we just did not know where to turn.

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A former firearms instructor’s story

A former firearms instructor’s story

I wanted to share my experience with you on this Suicide Prevention Day. I used to be a firearms instructor. It was through my training and work with local law enforcement and domestic violence resources that I realized I was living in a domestic violence situation.

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Counselors cannot take your guns

Counselors cannot take your guns

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Nevada and National Certified Counselor, Jake Wiskerchen, shares the ethical and legal criteria that counselors and therapists are held to when it comes to your guns. If you’re a gun owner, you don’t have to be afraid to seek mental health treatment!

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No Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

No Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

No Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Shared story from Elizabeth D. When you think of bipolar, you probably do not think of someone who has their Master’s degree and two additional certifications. You probably do not think of someone who has a successful career or is a mother...

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Almost two years…

Almost two years…

A message honoring the memory of somebody passed and an encouragement us to do better for our veterans.

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