If you are looking for peer support, you may want to listen to this episode with Jeffery Denning. Jeff will discuss the importance of asking for help with a bit of humor to lighten up our mood. If you want to laugh a little but learn a lot, this podcast is for you!
In this episode, you will learn:
⦁ Police tips (3:40);
⦁ Why is there an uptick of first responders' mental health problems during the holiday season (5:17);
⦁ Why is it so hard for people in dark places to reach out (8:04);
⦁ Do first responders aren't willing to admit that they need help (10:00);
⦁ How do we know who a good person is to reach out to or an effective method (18:15);
⦁ Happiness is derived from relationships (21:04);
⦁ What is peer support counseling (27:21);
⦁ Is there a correlation between first responders empathy and resilience (31:17);
⦁ The science behind our well-being (37:31); and
⦁ Additional tips to take care of ourselves physically and mentally (46:22)
Who is Jeffrey Denning?
Recently retired first responder, mental health advocate, military veteran, and author of several books, including Warrior SOS.
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Reach out to Jeffrey now. Don't forget to listen to our other episodes!