Monthly Archives: August 2014

Newsflash! PTSD in the First Responder

Many people still don’t have a concept of the non-military face of PTSD.  The word PTSD itself, to this day, still brings to mind images of war torn veterans, scattered bodies and sad faces, well, have you ever considered the … Continue reading

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Considering The Non-Emergency Services Perspective

This perspective is still so fraught with misgivings when it comes to trying to understand first responders with PTSD, even those that live with and love their first responder, if you don’t understand the nature of the job, you just … Continue reading

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