7. Express care AND concern. People with depression feel pretty badly about themselves. It is helpful to remind them that you love and respect them. Also, it’s ok to share your concerns. Often, what encourages people to therapy for the first time isn’t their own intrinsic desire, but the concern of loved ones. It’s okay to say something like, “I love you, and understand that you can’t get out of bed. I am also concerned that if you don’t get help now, you will lose your job, which is going to make things much worse. Our family needs you. We want you to get help.” … [Read more...] about When Your “Person” Has Depression
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Kiss As A Stress Buster Blood vessels are expanded when you kiss, thus lowering your blood pressure levels. This being one of the best reasons why a person with high blood pressure issues should consider kissing more often. Kissing has also been associated with lowering stress hormones in the human body. Kissing decreases the cortisol stress hormone to a great extent. So, for people feeling extremely stressed, feel free to choose kissing over an antidepressant pill. … [Read more...] about Kissing On Lips: Do You Know About These Benefits?
Time: Mandatory retraining is a large part of work in contemporary police society and consumes numerous hours both inside and outside of police duty. Although police academies, workshops, and seminars provide basic instruction in use of force activities, they oftentimes do not consider departmental policies and procedures. It is therefore up to the individual departments to train their members on the expectations, goals and objectives of the organization in respect to certain aspects of departmental protocol. Furthermore, many policy manuals reiterate duties as instructed at police academies, promoting an acquired knowledge in an effort to maintain standards of service. Mandatory retraining, then, can be left for the acquisition of new knowledge for other law enforcement functions. … [Read more...] about Police Force and Policy