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Q&A with the FRC Team: Don Pemberton, Director of Business Development

Today, we’ll highlight Don Pemberton, FF/paramedic and Director of Business Development at FRC.
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Q&A with the FRC Team: Keith Hanks, Director of Promotions

Today, we’ll highlight Keith Hanks, retired FF/EMT and Director of Promotions at FRC.
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Q&A with the FRC Team: Paul Hackett, Lead Coach Trainer

Today, we’ll highlight Paul Hackett, Lead Coach Trainer. Paul was the backbone to getting coaching into Jen’s world which lead…
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Solidarity: We Hear You

We are first responders and first responder families and we’re not alone. If you’re looking for solidarity, this one’s for…
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Q&A with the FRC Team: Jennifer Anderson, CEO/Founder

Today, we’ll highlight Jennifer Anderson, Founder and CEO of FRC.
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Stay Positive

Focusing on the good and promoting one’s strengths, what you can do instead of what you can’t, drives forward motion.
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PJs or Performance

With so many online connections, we seldom have to choose between pjs and performance, but is blurring the line blurring…
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Coaching is Not for Crisis

Our coaches are not clinicians, cannot diagnose or prescribe, and are not qualified to handle true crisis situations.
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Are You Born or Bred?

Are you born or bred? What leads a person to first responder life?
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Spotlight: Andrea Westrum, FRC Coach

“Firefighters are not machines.” You can’t have them working nonstop with one day off and hardly any sleep.
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Boots & Tears

It’s a job of boots and tears, but it seems clear in training that first responders are not the ones…
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Resiliency vs. Coping

Resilience is our ability to adapt or bounce back when things don’t go as planned. Resilience is about learning to…
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How to Remember and Move On

Years may go by, but it’s the person we hold close. It’s okay to remember and move on, and we…
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1st Responder Conferences

FRC attended the 31st 1st Responder Conferences event in Boston/Woburn, co-hosted by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office.
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Messy Room, Messy Head

Just like we need to eventually clean out that messy room, we need to clean out that messy head. It…
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Just a Rookie

No one signs up for trauma because it’s fun. We sign up for trauma to help people out of it,…
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We Know You

With connection and comradery comes confidence. Having a life coach who’s also part of the first responder world is gold.
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Spotlight: Mike Rathier – EMS & Fire

There’s not enough education for us to seek that help and to understand that it’s okay to not be okay….
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Memes That Mean Something

Just a light-hearted post full of first responder memes to help us laugh a bit. We know you’ll relate to…
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Support for First Responder Spouses

The family unit is home, more than a house or apartment, and more than a job. Our families are our…
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