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PODCAST: A Time of Crisis| Monday Morning Roll Call | 017

Welcome to Monday Morning Roll Call | Episode 017 | A Time of Crisis

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In this episode:

  • This week we discuss the weighty subject of law enforcement suicide and the phone call I received right before sitting down to press record on this show.
  • We talk about the importance of knowing your why, and understanding why we do what we do and what should be our thought process in times of crisis.
  • We talk about knowing that you are loved and that your life influences the lives around you.
  • We then discuss the importance of knowing your resources, who do you call in a time of crisis? And do others know that they can call you in a time of crisis?
  • PLEASE IF YOU ARE STRUGGLING AND NEED SOMEONE TO TALK TO, THERE IS NO SHAME IN REACHING OUT ! REACH OUT TO A FRIEND, A LOVED ONE, OR CONTACT THE NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE AT 1-800-273-8255.

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