Responding to “another” overdose need not be just another run. There are lives to be saved, and who better than us to save them.
“. . . Far too often, we forget how fortunate we are to be on the receiving end of 911 call. When the people we are sworn to protect seem not to care about their own lives, resentment seeps into our psyche. It happens slowly, without us realizing it. Before we know it, responding to another overdose becomes a nuisance; arrogance replaces empathy . . .”