The Reporters

It’s different to respond to a critical incident with something to do that directly effects the outcome. Reporting on what happens over and over eventually takes its toll on the emotional well-being of the people doing the reporting. The News is a tough business, but the people in the business are just people, like everybody else.

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Michael Morse

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Michael Morse
All the pills
Thank you Lynda, stay safe!
2015-04-24 17:52:41
Lynda Sanders
All the pills
This is the second post I have read by you and I can't wait to read more. You have masterfully described some of the dark aspects and experiences of this profession that are with us forever. ... Well I am definitely a fan :)
2015-04-23 17:03:34
Ed
Twenty
I feel your pain brother. I was down in Mississippi with some of your brothers during Katrina. The same politics down there, suck our futures away up here in our every day jobs. These people have no idea what we go through. The emotional baggage that we carry and store away is a heavy burden…
2015-04-23 14:58:06
Mark Simpson
All the pills
What would you do if she told everyone she ate all the brownies? Could be some serious risk of violence.
2015-04-22 13:21:08
Iman
Catching “the bug.”
It's always refreshing to see someone trying to see our daily routine and to share it to young people should be at least entertaining, I hope. Keep up the good work Mike.
2015-04-17 17:03:39

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