As you read Military Mom on a Mission you will discover the journey of a mother and her family as her son returned from the Iraqi war. She was completely excited when her son returned with all his body parts, however, little did she know PTSD was lurking within the walls of her son's mind. The story unfolds taking you on this journey as every detail of the experience you feel. The confusion, excitement, loneliness, anger, frustration and many other emotions as you read along. Million Heir-Williams not only tells the good, the bad and the ugly she provides families of those who have been deployed a guideline how to obtain the proper help needed once your loved one returns to American soil. She provides templates of letters that can be utilized to help anyone seeking the desperate help that is needed during that gruesome time of your life. It is imperative that you read and pass along the critical information provided to our American citizens and their loved ones returning.
Million Heir-Williams was born in Glen Cove, New York. At the age of twenty, she moved to Los Angeles, California, where she worked in management for Kaiser Permanente for twenty years. In 2004, she moved to Onslow County, North Carolina to become a co-owner of a family-owned and operated business. To complete the circle, Million moved back to California in 2018 with her husband, Dr. Stephen J. Williams. They reside in Lancaster with their two fur babies. They share a blended family of eight children and fifteen grandchildren.