Tim had an incredible opportunity to be featured on The 700 Club on CBN sharing his story of mental health issues due to being a police officer. One night changed his entire life as he contemplated ending it all.
Just a few weeks ago, I experienced something so scary that it sent me back in my trauma recovery. Suddenly, feelings of shame and violation have come flooding back. This is trauma recovery: good, bad, and ugly.
First responders witness horrific things, and that can lead to trauma. Many choose to self-medicate in order to ease the pain. As Tim knows first hand, running to anything before God creates a false idol in our lives. Read on to hear more of Tim's story.
Dana Rutherford shares her story of overcoming abuse through receiving services from Sunrise of Pasco just three years prior. She is now a domestic violence advocate and speaker. Click to see more.
Tim takes on the topic of PTSD through poetry.
It's so easy to judge the addict, but what if that addict was your child, parent, or loved one? Tim discusses what God sees when he looks at that person struggling and how we should as well.
Many people walk around psychologically abused, and they don't even know it's happening. Tactics such as gaslighting and reactive abuse are just some of the weapons used against survivors to keep them confused and blaming themselves. Read on to learn more about this and how I took back my life from it.
Tim walked into a gym and never expected what came next. Sometimes, true toughness is more than just a weight lifted.
There is SO much more to ADHD than just being hyper or distracted, and stigmas are causing many kids and adults to be misdiagnosed with behavioral issues. My sons' battles caused them to beg me for help. I pray my story helps another parent who may be allowing people's opinions cause them to feel ashamed to get their children (or themselves) the help that they need.
As a former police officer, Tim saw domestic violence cases daily, but this one sticks out more than any other. He only wishes he had done one other thing. Read on to hear more from Tim.