Yucked Up!

Yucked Up!

Yucked Up. Is a podcast about First Responders’ normal reactions to abnormal situations and encourages First Responders, who may not be reaching out for help when things get all Yucked Up out there.... Show More

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November 30, 2017 27 min
Chaplains are the steady calm in our line of work. Today we sit down with Chaplain Joe the Founder and President of Fire Rescue Support, Inc, and discuss the role of the Chaplain in Emergency Services. Joe currently serves as Chaplain with Marion County Fire Rescue, Ocala Fire Rescue and the Florida State Fire College all located in north central Florida.
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We sit down with Dan Kerrigan and Jim Moss the Authors of Firefighter Functional Fitness. We talk about the importance of Mental and Physical Fitness. They share the inspiration that lead to the writing of a great book for everyone in Emergency Service.
You can learn more about the book and being Functionally Fit from their website: http://firefighterfunctionalfitness.com
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(Part 2 or 2) In this episode Ryan Dedmon shares his story of dealing with 3 Suicide calls including one of a very close friend and how he made it these tough times.
Yucked Up. It's a podcast about First Responders’ normal reactions to abnormal situations and encourages First Responders, who may not be reaching out for help.”
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Yucked Up. It's a podcast about First Responders’ normal reactions to abnormal situations and encourages First Responders, who may not be reaching out for help.”
In this episode Ryan Dedmon shares his story of dealing with 3 Suicide calls including one of a very close friend.
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I get the great pleasure of sitting down with Daniel Sundahl a Paramedic who shares his journey and how he heals through his creation of amazing art. See his work at www.dansungallery.com
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In Eps 1 we chat with Christine Cunningham a Dispatch Supervisor from Town of Palm Beach and CISM Instructor.
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