More than 1/2 of Army Spouses Say They Are Stressed, Overwhelmed, and Tired

I wonder if this would apply to First Responder spouses? https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2019/10/07/more-than-half-of-army-spouses-in-survey-say-they-are-stressed-overwhelmed-and-tired-report-shows/?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Socialflow+ARM

New Calif. laws to help responders with trauma, mental health issues

"Mental health is very important to their overall wellbeing. It’s OK to seek help, and recovery is possible," one official said — Read on www.policeone.com/health-fitness/articles/new-calif-laws-to-help-responders-with-trauma-mental-health-issues-32d8sVBUgnAw7VeH/

Calling for backup: Changing LE culture so officers are not afraid to ask for help

If we have difficulty asking for help on calls for service, what does that say about our ability to ask for help concerning our mental health? Our failure or refusal to ask for help when help is reasonably available can contribute to us getting hurt or killed — Read on www.policeone.com/police-policy/articles/calling-for-backup-changing-le-culture-so-officers-are-not-afraid-to-ask-for-help-d36SEtvgpTbZ5up0/

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