Adam Schachter, from Nightmares of Being a Soldier in Israel to Dreams of Becoming a Life Coach in Nevada
Imagine playing outside with your friends, and you hear sirens going off. You look up and see the chaos around you. People are rushing to seek cover, you have 15 seconds to run and find safety before incoming rockets strike.
Adam Schachter, like many other Israelis, lived through constant fear for most of his childhood while growing up in Israel.
“I was about ten years old when I started to experience all of this chaos,” he said during a recent interview. “After a while, I started to get used to it, and it became a part of my life.”
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