Tag: post traumatic stress

September 21, 2023
Married to a Veteran with PTSD: Understanding, Support, & Resources
By: Sarah Parris

Marriage is a beautiful journey filled with love, companionship, and shared experiences. However, when you’re married to a veteran who is battling Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the journey can come with unique challenges. This blog explores the importance of supporting and understanding what PTSD is, the impact it has on the spouse, and common warning […]

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July 6, 2023
Extreme Ownership: The Secret to Navigating Toxicity in Law Enforcement
By: Eric_Basek

Law enforcement isn’t for the faint-hearted, and navigating the dynamics of large and small departments alike can often feel like walking a minefield. Favoritism and nepotism may run rampant, causing the most qualified individuals to be overlooked. A lack of support from bosses when you’re dealing with high-stress incidents, a hushed silence around post-traumatic stress, […]

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June 29, 2023
The Importance of Learning New Hobbies for Veterans and Law Enforcement Officers: Enhancing Mental Health and Well-Being
By: John Parris

In the demanding and often high-stress careers of veterans and law enforcement officers, finding ways to unwind and improve mental well-being is of utmost importance. While the pressures of their jobs can be overwhelming, embracing new hobbies that encourage them to step outside the confines of their homes can have a profound positive impact on […]

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June 23, 2023
Bearing the Badge, Carrying the Burden: A Journey Through PTSD
By: Eric_Basek

I’ve been mulling over something quite profound lately. It’s a topic that, as police officers, we seldom broach, but I believe it’s high time we did. I’m referring to PTSD, and I think it’s about time we punctured the shroud of silence enveloping it. Did you know that the suicide rate amongst our law enforcement […]

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