D-Day affected the world on a large scale. It affected individuals on a personal scale.
As we celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the largest amphibious attack in history, we honor the thousands of Allied servicemembers who lost their lives in France in an effort to save the world from tyranny.
D-Day, so called because it was Day 1 of the invasion, was a brutal and important day toward Allied victory in World War II.
It also had a lasting effect in a different way.
A 90-year-old French woman who lives feet from a Normandy beach, for example, reported she hasn’t stepped foot on the beach since she was a teenager, when she saw bodies of Allied servicemembers strewn along the sand.
Untreated trauma can haunt for a lifetime. It’s never too late to get help.
We can help.