Robert Serocki, Jr. was in the United States Marine Corps from 1988-1992. During that time he fought on the front lines of the first Gulf War. Upon being honorably discharged, he attended Arizona State University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology with an emphasis on Archaeology. He also studied Psychological and Social Anthropology, Business, Latin, Geology and Spanish. He was a professional Archaeologist for nearly 20 years. Now, he is a full time author and radio show host.
Because of his service, Robert developed Post-Traumatic Stress, which caused him to lose his job, his two houses and his ability to walk for several years. That all culminated in Robert contemplating ending his life. Because of that, he ended up in the hospital and once he was released he spent more than six years going through both the civilian and Veteran Administration health care systems. With his condition getting worse and then being on five psychotropic medications at once, he knew something had to change if he was going to heal.
Robert set out on a path to get out of his wheelchair, off of his medications and heal on his own. Through healthy, natural healing practices he completely transformed himself for the better and now lives a successful, happy, productive life. Through this horrific 25 year ordeal, Robert has obtained an immense amount of knowledge on Post-Traumatic Stress through research and his own very personal experiences. With that knowledge, he developed a 13 step foundation to healing, which he successfully applied to his own life in order to heal.
Robert educates people about Post-Traumatic Stress and Trauma and how he healed from it in healthy, natural ways, truly became at peace, completely transformed his life for the better and discovered who he really is. Robert accomplishes all of this through his books, his radio show and his videos.
Robert's passion is summed up in his famous saying, "Each and every day take time to heal, become inspired, move forward and BE successful with your life.