072: Seven Tips for Supporting a Spouse Through Critical Incident Stress with Michelle Moon

Michelle Moon is a police wife whose hope is to educate and raise awareness about the important roles marriage and family play in managing critical incident stress and other work-related stress in law enforcement. In this episode, she talks with Jonathan about seven very practical tips that will equip and assist spouses in supporting their officer through critical incident stress. Read Michelle's article, originally posted HERE on PoliceOne.com. Contact Michelle: Email: defensivetacticsformarriage@gmail.com Listen to this episode: #WatchYourSix #PodcastEpisodes #police #cops #lawenforcement #mentalhealth #CriticalIncidentStressDebriefing #MichelleMoon #policewives

071: The Power of Our Words and 3 Questions to Help You Communicate Effectively

Our words have power. Learning to use them effectively can improve our marriages, interpersonal relationships, and police-community interactions. In this episode, Jonathan talks about the power of our words and provides a very practical process for filtering what we are about to say. Is it true, is it necessary, and is it kind? Listen to this episode: #WatchYourSix #JonathanParker #PodcastEpisodes #police #cops #lawenforcement #communication #maritalhealth

070: This Noble Calling and a Tribute to the Fallen for Police Week 2018

Every year in May, thousands of officers and survivors journey to our nation's capital for National Police Week where we honor those who have died the previous year in the line of duty. In this episode, Jonathan talks about the foundational view of service in this profession as being a calling, the sacrifice that sometimes accompanies the calling, and offers tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Listen to this episode: #WatchYourSix #JonathanParker #PodcastEpisodes #police #cops #lawenforcement #fallenofficers #PoliceWeek #NobleCalling

069: LEO or Peace Officer - On Identity and Purpose with 12initiative Founder Ryan Dunlap

Are we law enforcement or peace officers? Is there a difference? How can we bring peace to our communities when we don't truly know or understand peace? In this episode, Jonathan continues the discussion on the identity crisis in our profession by talking with Pastor, Chaplain, and decorated Law Enforcement veteran Ryan Dunlap, the founder of the 12 initiative, who talks about identity and understanding our purpose. He discusses being hardened vs strong, legal vs moral, and skillset vs mindset to present a new paradigm for service. Contact Pastor Ryan and learn more about what he is doing to serve our profession: www.the12initiative.com www.RyanMDunlap.com Listen to this episode: #WatchY

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