Call For Back Up
As officers, you are trained to not think twice when it’s time
to call for back up when it’s your “physical” team. With Fire
Fighter’s, well they almost never call a “May Day.”
Regardless, when it comes time to talk about emotions and
thoughts our First Responders struggle to make the call.
Fear, communication, stigma and pride to name a few pre-
vent them from making the “call for back up.”
It is my mission to help individuals learn the importance of
recognizing and honoring our bodies' natural emotions and
thoughts when we experience adversity and trauma.
My desire during this workshop is to provide a safe and
judgement free atmosphere to explore, express and work
though our own personal experiences with loss, grief, trauma
All My Best,
Final thoughts from Jennifer-
Today I have taken you through many concepts, resources and
mind shifts that I use every single day to process grief, anger,
chronic pain, loss, regret and more.
I’ve given you tools and solutions that you can implement right
away. Try one or two. Even the smallest step in the right direction
is a step in the right direction.
Remember, put your own oxygen mask on, Your Life Matters.
For some of you this workshop will be exactly what you needed to
move through some hard stuff or help you heal some past wounds.
But for others, this workshop might be the starting place for your
healing. Because I am not a licensed therapist please know there
are some difficult situations in life that you will want a licensed
therapist to help. Please be honest about your need for help. I am
so thankful for the licensed professionals and medical community
who have lovingly helped me through my darkest days. I wouldn’t
have gotten through all of this by myself.
Again, Thank You for the work you do everyday to save lives.
All My Best,
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