Blood from Kumaritashvili’s head wounds trickled over the fingers of Terrance Kosikar as the medic, firefighter and snow patroller gave the luger mouth-to-mouth.
“I was just doing my job,” Kosikar would say later
The post you are about to read is an article I found on the internet posted online back on Feb 15th 2010, by the Sydney Morning Herald . Everything I have to share over the next 37 days is 100 % factual and related to my personal experience in surviving PTSD.
I am posting these articles pre social media launch (Jan 6th 2016) to earn your trust and so you can learn the truth before you make a life saving decision weather or not you wish to help all Emergency Service Providers who suffer with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. You can help now by simply just reading and when you feel comfortable with the story, please share it with as many people as you know.
We risk our lives every minute of everyday to help those in need. I am speaking on behalf of every fireman, paramedic, policeman and soldier worldwide when I say, “please spare just 7 minutes of your day and just read this story”. Simply hearing this story till the end will give YOU the opportunity to help save our lives also.
FACT – 2015 YEAR TO DATE: 38 first responders and 12 military members have died by suicide. Between April 29 and December 31, 2014: 27 first responders died by suicide. In 2014, 19 military personnel died by suicide.( www.tema.ca)
I personally thank you for your time today , now here’s the article: (more…)