Public Safety Relationships

12/01/2007
By Charles F. BondIs the chance of a public safety worker getting a divorce higher than in any other profession? How different are the numbers compared with the national average? Are all of our relationships doomed to failure? What type of person is drawn to public safety work, and does that have anything to do with what seems like a relationship disaster? After a divorce, what type of family system or structure is most common in the next relationship?Emergency service is one of our society’s most challenging and rewarding professions. Yet, many who enter cannot withstand the persistent pressure of its occupational stress. There are few stressors in life that have the destructive po...

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