Mindfulness and First Responder Suicide

In his book, Peace is Every Step, Thich Nhat Hanh writes, mindfulness must be engaged. Once there is seeing, there must be acting. Otherwise, what is the use in seeing? We must be aware of the real problems of the world. Then, with mindfulness, we will know what to do and what not to do … Continue reading Mindfulness and First Responder Suicide

Losing a night of sleep may increase blood levels of Alzheimer’s biomarker – Neuroscience News

Based on these findings, I wonder if First Responders are more likely to suffer from Alzheimers? Following a night of sleep deprivations, levels of tau in the blood increase 17% in healthy young men. — Read on neurosciencenews.com/sleep-alzheimers-biomarker-15445/

You Never Know How One Call for Service Can Impact a First Responder’s Life

Approximately 1-year ago, a good friend of mine lost her daughter to suicide. What made matters even worse is that her daughter lived for an additional 51 days on life support before succumbing to her injuries. Yesterday I accompanied my friend and her husband to the Fayetteville Police Department (NC) to give gift certificates to … Continue reading You Never Know How One Call for Service Can Impact a First Responder’s Life

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