Stop stuffing what your service does to you
March 20, 2018
If you made it your job to serve others, time to deal with it instead of stuffing it.
The only way to prevent PTSD is to stop all wars, crimes, fires, natural disasters and accidents. Think about that for a second.
Now think about how you decided to make it your job...willingly putting your life on the line because all those things happen to people you don't even know.
Sure, you can understand when one of us has just been through something horrible and dealing with a lot. Why can't you understand when one of your own, or you, has to deal with a lot more because you face more of those times that could kill you?
While it may be difficult for the survivors, it is a lot hard for those we count on to help us become a survivor instead of victims.
Service members (including National Guard and Reservists) law enforcement, firefighters and emergency responders, face the same things the rest of us deal with but piled on top of that "everything else" are all the times you put your lives on the line. Even when you are not in an active situation, you are waiting for the next time. After all, that is what you get paid to do. Isn't it?
What you cannot forget, you stuff it to be able to just get on with your time off the job. The problem is, there is really no time you are totally off the job. You know when you are not on duty, someone else is.
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