I am primarily a writer.

I explore our daily (extra) ordinary lives, including our health, exercise routines, and all the various aspects of life. I also write about what I think lays ahead of us, offering insights (True Crime)  beyond mere headlines.

I have authored books, copywriting, articles, (Norwegian), short stories, and now, blog posts. My writing spans across various topics, but as you can see, I delve significantly into PTSD

The reason being, a few years ago, I took legal action against the Norwegian ministry of defense  (MoD), which garnered considerable attention. (I emerged victorious.)

I am aware that many people struggle with similar challenges, and I aim to be a resource for them. Do you or someone you know wrestle with PTSD?

 Take a look!

How to loose a friend

a friend you wished you had met earlier. “Only in the trenches during the artillery fire had I come so close to other people.       Today’s blog is

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Hot dogs are party dope #1

May 17! (The Norwegian independence day) May 17th! The day of sausages and ice cream, with the occasional frostbite, sleet, or even snow, but always, or almost always, rain. The air fills

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Look at me…please

Why did I sign up? Many years ago I signed up for Twitter and wrote some messages. My publisher at the time ( Tine Kjær ) recommended this to me.

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Cute bra(s)

Who is the Ugly eagle? My name is Knut A Braa. An ordinary norwegian name. (My middle name is Arnljot, wich means something like an ugly eagle, but that is

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Time to shelter up?

It`s a beautiful day It’s a beautiful day outside, a rare occurrence here in Trondheim, situated in the heart of Norway.  A long, dreary winter has finally let go, and

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The real heroes

Liberation Day. I am often asked what this day means to me. I must honestly admit that my first thoughts this day go to my wife, Anne Lise who celebrates

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The sound of silence

Poems dressed in wonderful music I was ( still am) an avid fan of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. Their lyrics (mainly Paul’s lyrics) were something out of the ordinary.

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A lost generation

An early morning reflection An early morning reflection on a lost generation of young people, this time from a Russian perspective. I don’t know exactly how many Russians have died

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All photos on this site, with a few exceptions, are taken by me or my daughter, Andrea. Feel free to use them as you wish. 
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(English is my second language. As you may have already observed. Be patient and forgiving.) 

Anyway, this is my blog. Feel free to get to know me. 

Braa.net is an old blog. Originally written in Norwegian and from October 2021 written in English. This means that my Norwegian blog posts are gone and new English blog posts are being written as we speak. 

I write in blocks, which for the reader means that I write many thematic blog posts. As you can see, PTSD is one of the things I write a lot about – to begin with. Then there will be more of other things that interest me. Everything within the “universe” – zen ish, health and Life (in capital letters).

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