Cabot veteran finds path through PTSD with woodworking
Kark.com | by Cassandra Webb | February 2022 | Link to Article CABOT, Ark. – Like so many veterans, a retired Army First Lieutenant from Cabot had a hard time finding his place in the civilian world. He suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and for ten years, struggled to find meaningful work. That all changed when he plugged in a table saw. Kyle Cox, 36, of Cabot likes to work with his tattooed hands. “It’s just me in here and I don’t have to worry about anybody or anything else that’s going on,” Cox said. The self-taught carpenter operates Cox Custom Woodworks, specializing in custom concealment furniture, cutting boards, and home decor. Click here to continue reading “Cabot veteran finds path through PTSD with woodworking” article.