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January 9th: Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. While we support all first responders, today we emphasize law enforcement appreciation.

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Best Apps for First Responders 2024

Want to start the new year right with the best apps for first responders in 2024?

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Self Reflection: A Path Forward

Self-reflection can help drive you in the right direction, offering clarity and affirmation in an otherwise confusing time.

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Don’t Wait for Me: Working the Holidays

If you’re working the holidays, no matter how you celebrate, FRC wishes you and your loved ones a happy and…

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Season of Giving: 7 Ways to Give Back

For all our first responders do for us, they deserve our support. Let’s make their world a little brighter this…

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Peer Support: Effective or Not?

In the growing efforts of peer support, the intent is there, but is the outcome enough? Let's see where peer…

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Self-Care Commitment

By teaching self-care and self-awareness, we can better manage our own stress and responsibilities and, therefore, do our jobs better.

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Thankful Heart: 8 Simple Ways to Happiness

Whether you’re having all the fixings with family or grabbing a turkey sandwich from the road, we hope you’re filled…

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Deeper Listening: The Secret to Effective Coaching

An effective life coach engages in deeper listening so we hear you, all of you, the whole of you, and…

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Voting, Veterans, & Volunteering: How Communities Bond

The most powerful virtue of a person is the ability to love and care for another. Communities are a bond…

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Don’t Be a Zombie: Be More Productive

We’re in first responder life and it’s not for the faint of heart. So, how can we boost our motivation…

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Introducing the First Responder Coaching Foundation (FRCF)

The First Responder Coaching Foundation 501(c)(3) (FRCF) is for first responder family members who need coaching but may not have…

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It’s Not Me, It’s You

Coaching unlocks something invaluable. It’s you making the change in your own life. Your coach is simply there asking the…

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What To Do When Things Go… Right

Life is about learning. When things go right, that boost of confidence is sometimes all we need to learn a…

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Emotional Intelligence: Your Score & How to Improve

Emotional Intelligence is based on your ability to handle change, stress, and relationships by recognizing emotions and dealing with them.

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True Resilience: Not Just Sucking It Up

Whether you’re healing from a broken wrist or a mental breakdown, true resilience requires an honest healing process.

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You Are Whole, You Are Enough

Let’s take a moment to self-reflect. Are you who you think you are? You are whole and you are enough,…

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Healing with Hope: Stories of 9/11 Survivors

On this 22nd 9/11 anniversary, we’re sharing stories of survivors healing with hope.

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Suicidal Ideation: Awareness & Action

There’s no need to bear suicidal ideation alone. There are many channels to find that support now. Here are somethings…

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Spotlight: Krystol Berry, Therapy Dog Handler & FRC Coach

We’re talking about first responder relationships, stress management, and communication that is vital to making it work.

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