“Never Let Your Fear Decide Your Destiny”

by Peggy Sweeney An open letter to a friend who is struggling with addiction. I think of you often. Tonight, I decided to put my thoughts on paper. When I was in my early forties, I was a young wife and mother with three small children. Due to circumstances at that time, I planned my … Continue reading “Never Let Your Fear Decide Your Destiny”

Reliving the Moment

by Robert Cubby Trauma has a funny way about it. It sometimes buries itself deep in our subconscious, long forgotten. Then someone does something or says something, and the whole scene unfolds once again, intruding into your peace, causing long forgotten emotions to surface. As I watched and listened to the Darren Wilson investigation, I … Continue reading Reliving the Moment

Trooper Tells Story of Depression and How He Escaped It

by PoliceOne News Editor Lindsay Gebhart Trooper Thomas A. Peoples, 31, began February 7, 1998, like many other days – at the Hallmark Restaurant eating breakfast with a few friends. Traffic in Killeen, Texas, would prove to be kind of quiet busy that morning. A small accident, a traffic ticket – little to note. Shortly … Continue reading Trooper Tells Story of Depression and How He Escaped It