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Falling Off the Wagon: AACK!

There’s emergency plans in every industry, so why not with personal goals? Here’s a simple thing to remember in case…
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Check Your Inner House

If as much attention were given to keeping one’s inner house clean as keeping one’s physical house, perhaps people would…
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FRC at FDIC International

First Responder Coaching made its debut at the FDIC/JEMS conference as one of only 4 mental health booths, and FRC…
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Have you seen more green on your feed lately? In case you haven’t heard, May is Mental Health Awareness month,…
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Staying Goal Focused in a Distracting World

It’s so easy to fall off track and lose focus. We slip on diets, exercise routines, have a day of…
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The Grass Isn’t Greener: Judging Others

Why does our society create this notion that weakness makes a person less valuable?! The bottom line is we don’t…
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Spotlight: Steph Rubel, Fire Captain’s Wife

From a wife’s perspective, [you need] a plan for communicating better. If you don’t let them talk about it, they’re…
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Words Matter: Communication Amidst Conflict

If we say how we feel without ‘attacking,’ our communication works because the other person wouldn’t need to defend themselves.
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Cumulative Trauma: The Unseen Weight

Traumatic events bear a weight and, though most responders shove that small weight aside or push the experiences down, it…
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Absent-mindedness: You Are Not Alone

So much contributes to absent-mindedness. Our brains can only handle so much. We need to loosen the clutter. So, how…
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Remembering the Boston Marathon Bombing

With rapid response from the public and first responders of Boston, people came together to support and strengthen the community.
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Coaching Through Depression

Frequent check-ins are important. You check your equipment; yourself is the most important equipment you have!
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What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Years ago, we didn’t know what we didn’t know. It wasn’t studied and brain function studies and mental health knowledge…
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How Do You Learn?

The confidence of doing this by your own choice, your own ideas, will help you experience solving your own problems.
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Spotlight: Keith Hanks, Director of Business Development

Keith Hanks, FRC’s Director of Business Development, was a firefighter for 21 years and now speaks about PTSD and its…
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The Art of Saying ‘No’

‘No’ seems like a simple word. So why do we find it difficult? You have to wonder if the only…
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Smashing the Stigma: Fighting Mental Health

Having mental health issues makes many feel they can’t uphold this image of a strong and capable helper. It’s this…
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A Servant’s Hope

What good is a broken vessel if it can’t hold water? And so, what good is a broken heart if…
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Exercise Your Brain

Do you have any idea what your brain is capable of? We use the whole thing! Brains are capable of…
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Ukrainian First Responders Fighting On

Our first responders face many challenges here in the US, but recently our hearts have gone especially out to those…
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