Patti Katter

Overcoming Trials With Triumphs.

Professional certified life coach, motivational speaker and author Patti Katter specializes in helping individuals and families who have suffered grief, challenges and personal setbacks as a result of military war injuries.

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With her mandate of “overcoming trials with triumphs." She brings to her role personal experience as a military wife whose husband was injured in combat. Ken served in both the U.S. Marines and Army and while in Iraq, his unit was hit hard, experiencing multiple fatalities and casualties.
Patti began volunteering her time to assist military families while her husband was deployed in 2006-2007. When her husband returned home from war, the family began an arduous journey through the military healthcare system as Ken sought treatment for the wounds he suffered in Iraq. In 2010, he medically retired from the US Army. Patti notes, “My life experiences.....

Patti Katter

"Behind every soldier, sailor, marine, airman, and coast guardsman is someone who supports them with their whole heart!"

-Caregivers Around the World


My Latest News

Stop Being So Stubborn When You Need Help!

Don’t be that stubborn person who won’t admit you need help when people who love you are reaching out to try to help you. For some reason, my dad never liked to accept help from anyone. He always said he didn’t want to be a burden. Truth is, the biggest burden was when he wouldn’t […]

Posted in Self-Care, Uncategorized | January 29th, 2018 |No Comments »

You Don’t Always Have To Be The Giver: 2017 Year End Review

This year was better than the past two years. January 1, 2017 I decided not to make a New Year Resolution, just like all years past. Every year, I decide I’m going to get through the year by trying to make a positive difference in the lives around me. I feel good when others feel […]

Posted in Caregiver, Goals, Self-Care | December 31st, 2017 |No Comments »

When Natural Disaster Strikes

Living in Florida is mostly like living in paradise, until you hear a hurricane is headed your way. Then, things get a little spicy. You turn on the news and keep an eye on the path the hurricane is taking. It’s somewhat like rooting for a major sports league. “Go that way, not this way!” […]

Posted in Journal, Uncategorized | September 30th, 2017 |No Comments »


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