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BULLETPROOF SPIRIT, REVISED

The First Responder’s Essential Resource for Protecting and Healing Mind and Heart

Suicide, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and many more emotional and stress-related problems plague the first responder community. And the issues that challenge first responders ripple out to their immediate and extended families and friends. This unique guide, written by a fellow first responder and based on 25 years of police work and suicide prevention, shows how to prevent, mitigate, and overcome all such “collateral damage.” Employing nondenominational approaches to connecting with and sustaining spirit; proven psychological approaches to addressing trauma and stress; and a variety of field-tested healing techniques, Bulletproof Spirit acts as a kind of bulletproof vest for the heart and mind, working to insure that the protectors are protected. The book’s aim is that those who offer their compassion and strength to others should experience that same sense of life-saving care in their own lives.

AVAILABLE IN AUGUST

Endorsements

“Should be given to every new recruit in police and fire organizations, and to all first responders. . . . We bring our emergencies home whether we want to or not, and this book makes us better prepared to be whole and healthy.”
— Dennis Smith, founder of www.emergencyscene.com and author of Report from Ground Zero

“Practical steps that are not only effective but essential. . . . A must-read for all first responders and their families.”
— Shelley Zimmerman, Chief of Police (ret.), San Diego Police Department

“Essential knowledge not only for all emergency first responders but also for families and those who support these brave individuals who protect and defend us every day.”
Nick Popaditch, author of Once a Marine

“A must-read for all first responders and their families, including leadership, supervisors, and chaplains, as well as clinical professionals who are seeking answers to the difficult issues they are experiencing.”
— Robert Douglas, Jr., Executive Director, National Police Suicide Foundation

“An excellent, lifesaving book. The tragic psychological impact of traumatic events can be avoided and prevented, and this book is a powerful and effective illumination of these vital methodologies.”
— Dave Grossman, US Army Lt. Col. (retired), author of On Combat and On Killing


Author: Dan Willis
Product Code: 86315
ISBN: 978-1-60868-631-5
Pages: 288
Package: 1 Paperback / softback
Size: 5.50 X 8.50
Your Price : $17.95
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