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Solutions for Police Officers in Danger and Managing being a SuperWoman

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Gene Hirschel works with police officer and seeks to help them provide the benign public services and also face seriously dangerous situations and remain civil servants without endangering others nor themselves.  Hirschel states: "An officer may know, even be trained, to approach these situations with restraint. But when certain events trigger our primitive brain, calm restraint can be nearly or actually impossible to achieve normally. With Hirschel’s special techniques and keen insight to this primitive reaction, an officer can approach conflict in a way that is far safer for everyone. This technique can even lead to a high level of compliance with potential adversaries and gain valuable information leading to actually apprehending the guilty parties." “Not only is there a better chance that everyone will live through the confrontation, but it builds better community relations as well,” Hirschel said. 

 

At 20 minutes in to the program, tune into Dr. Kulaga's tips for not being stressed while pursuing a super life.  What woman today doesn't feel over-worked, over-tired, stress-out and pushed to her limit? We all feel we aren't DOING ENOUGH, we don't have enough time and we are lost to ourselves, awash in commitments that never allow for our own moments of self-care, personal enjoyment and individual reward. As Dr. Jaime Kulaga puts it, we are on the Ferris Wheel that keeps us stuck going round and round.   Kulaga, a nationally known mental health expert, has distilled the step-by-step strategies to get there. The SuperWoman's Guide to Super Fulfillment is the essential quick-start guide to getting your life back on track.

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