“ONCE UPON A CRISIS” – by William May
William May grew up in Townsend, Massachusetts, served in the United States Naval Air Force, and retired as Chief of Police in Townsend after a thirty-year career, serving from 1973 through 2002, his last 21 years as Chief of Police. He lives with his wife Jeanne in southern New Hampshire.
“Once Upon A Crisis” is an informative true story about a police officer cross-trained in law enforcement and emergency medicine that takes many unexpected twists and turns over a thirty year career. An up-close account of surviving loss that takes a good look at post-traumatic stress from the inside out. A must read for emergency service workers, those close to them, anyone considering a career in the emergency response field, or anyone trying to overcome personal loss.
A MUST READ FOR THE EMERGENCY SERVICE WORKER
STORIES OF PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL SURVIVIAL
A TALE THAT TAKES YOU INTO THE MIND OF P.T.S.D.
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