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Treat, rather than numb the pain–
Warriors Heart finds alcohol abuse is the most common addiction in veterans and first responders
5 signs your firefighter spouse has PTSD–
Ever read an article on PTSD and wondered, “Does my spouse have this?”
7 reasons why fire departments need rugged tablets–
Does your department’s mobile computing solution provide the flexibility you need in the field?
My children don’t know their father before PTSD–
As hard as I tried, I couldn’t protect our children from every episode that ripped through our house. Here’s our story.
What if 'Ecstasy' could cure firefighter PTSD?–
The drug MDMA has shown early promise in heading off PTSD, but a lot of research is still needed to learn if it is safe and effective
Strength in numbers: How firefighters can face PTSD and addiction–
A look inside one of our nation's first "warriors only" PTSD treatment plans.
8 rules for properly displaying an American flag–
The American flag is considered a living symbol under federal law. We must treat it as such.
Is meditation the best cure for PTSD in firefighters?–
Meditation may be one of the most surprising and useful treatments for PTSD, here’s why.
Suicide is killing our firefighters: What's to blame and how to stop it–
We need to intensify the conversation about this very serious issue.
Top 10 locations for landing a firefighting job–
FireRescue1 reveals who’s hiring and what they are looking for on your resume
1 firefighter's wife's PTSD battle–
PTSD can wreck more than just the firefighter's life; here's the story of one woman trying to cope with her husband's illness
How to use your GI Bill benefits for on-the-job fire training–
You’ve worked hard for your GI Bill benefits, and now it’s time to let them work for you.
4 strategies to reduce firefighter stress–
Firefighter safety is as much about their mental state as their physical state; here's what the company officer can do to boost the crew's emotional hygiene
Firefighter mental health: Stop sucking it up–
Despite the encouraging trend to address mental health in the fire service, there is still resistance and misconception
4 steps to help a mentally distressed firefighter–
A firefighter dealing with mental-health problems is not damaged beyond repair; bringing that firefighter back from the brink takes care and skill
What advice would you give your younger self before joining the fire service?–
"Find the most cantankerous old firefighter and follow and hang on every word."
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