Suck it Up and Get Over it Princes!

Titled “Spent,” this image by Daniel Sundahl was made around 4 a.m. after a busy night as his partner sat in the ambulance after a call. The repeated exposure to traumatic situations and stress can impact the mental health of first responders. It is time to help the helpers. (Daniel Sundahl, dansunphotos.com)
  • I feel that this song describes the moments of this battle pretty good. This battle in where I was fighting to gain back my sanity, my life, and accepting the dreams containing my personal experiences and memories, in silence.

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I am an investigating journalist and the owner and founder of The Next Truth magazine. Dedicated to bring renowned scientists and young people together.

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