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New Law Will Help First Responders with PTSD
How to build bridges to both the law enforcement community and to those who have unjustly suffered.
Learn about derivative stress, its dangerous effects and how to begin healing from it.
We equip ordinary people to bring extraordinary change to their communities. Are you our next course leader?
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Follow these three steps to offer immediate, practical help to a loved one who may be considering suicide.
Discover the six underlying reasons why trauma sufferers often reject the help of others.
Therapy. Counseling. Prescriptions. Where do you turn when you’ve done it all and you’re still no better than when you started?
Sometimes the most profound truths can be learned from something as ordinary as a pencil.
When reaching out to veterans in need, don’t let your good intentions be sidelined by one of these common mistakes.
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Honor Week is a time to serve those who serve us as a response to all that Memorial Day stands for.
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It’s time to cut through the uncertainty and fear that surround PTSD so that the Church can respond with help and hope.
It’s easy for our careers to take control of our lives. Do you serve your career or does it serve you?
When healing from trauma, it’s important to utilize not just the most common solution, but the right solution.
“I began to see that I was in a battle that wasn’t against flesh and blood…”
If He walked the earth today, how would Jesus reach out and respond to those who suffer from the aftereffects of trauma?
“I felt my group leader couldn’t possibly know what I was going through… Boy, was I wrong.”