Build resiliency for your first responder family to meet life’s challenges!
First responders are the backbone of communities throughout our country, but the challenges they face can put a lot of pressure on their families and loved ones. With that in mind, James Hyde wrote Resiliency for First Responders: Getting the Job Done No Matter What, a guide for first responders and their families.
With years of experience in trauma counseling and consulting, James shares a variety of coping skills and tips to have a successful family life. He dives into the challenges facing these families, from dealing with emotional trauma to night shifts. Resiliency for First Responders is a guide written by someone who has been there and knows how important resiliency and healthy coping skills are for the success and wellbeing of your family.
Diving into areas unique for first responders, James shares experiences that illustrate the culture of the uniform and how to better understand its impact. He also gives practical tips to address dealing with emotional overload and how to acknowledge the challenges without alienating your family.
Resiliency for First Responders: Getting the Job Done No Matter What is a must-read for first responders, their families, and those in the community who want to better understand the challenges facing these individuals who choose a career of self-sacrifice and a willingness to be there for those in the community during their darkest hours.