Monthly Archives: June 2018

Remembering

It’s been a year now, buddy. For me, there are still those days where I think, “maybe, if we’d just had that visit; if you’d gotten to visit with him like you’d wanted too…” Guilt is so common after suicide. … Continue reading

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Paramedics & PTSD: The Monster Inside

It’s a thankless job.  A common sentiment among the paramedic community and it brings to mind a question posed to my pre-paramedic psychology class by our professor, “Before you get out on those streets, it’s important to ask yourself, why … Continue reading

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