“Carry on” is something that members of all branches say when something interrupts the current task or activity.
For instance, I was briefing a General one time and his phone rang. He muted it and said, “carry on soldier”. We moved forward.
— U.S. Army Veteran
Here at Carry On, we want to help you move forward– first and foremost– by letting you know that you are not alone. Our goal is to create a safe, secure environment where survivors can maintain their anonymity, share their stories, and build the confidence to take action and get help. As another MST survivor phrased it,
Don’t be afraid of the process. It takes a lot of courage to deal with it on your own. It requires the same amount of courage to let someone know and let the system work out for itself.