Monthly Archives: September 2015

Walking the Talk

There is one thing I am certain we can all agree on: all the theories and classroom instruction in the world will not fully prepare anyone for the realities they will have to face as a First Responder. It is … Continue reading

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Dangerous Self-Reliance

Last week I wrote about the importance of partners; partners in our daily patrols as well as in our recovery journeys. Today I would like to look at the dangers of going it alone from a slightly different angle. One … Continue reading

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The Importance of Partners

As we continue to walk out our recovery journeys, one thing will certainly become readily apparent: we were not meant to walk this road alone. “Though one may be overpowered by another, two can withstand him. And a threefold cord … Continue reading

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Your Life Matters

With all the hate and rhetoric swirling around our country today, particularly that which is directed at our Brothers and Sisters in Blue, I felt the time was right to take as step back and reinforce the intrinsic value of … Continue reading

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