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So even though I’m in a happily committed relationship with a saint and not in need of dating tips, I read it.Articles like that one, while well intentioned, are basically fluff pieces put up by websites that need to have some sort of “content” to get page views.Consider yourself forewarned and blessed to have the opportunity to enjoy the company of one of the wonder women. We can’t guarantee you a life of a headache free relationship, but we promise you will never be bored.~Written by Dannie Myers, EMT-P/RN of many years and a couple relationships to back up #’s 1-10. You don't get to have any relief like your friend's husbands who come home from their eight to five jobs. God give me the strength that I need for THIS day." Just because we make plans for dinner, Christmas, Thanksgiving and other holidays, does not mean they will come to pass. Later that afternoon, he finally told me that he had been on a SIDS victim. He considers 85% of the calls that he goes on bogus anyway.

She didn't reconnect with Hill again until the fall of 2012.

9. “One time at band camp” - When in our “pack” whether around a camp fire or at your favorite 5-star restaurant be prepared to witness “The medic story challenge.” You may feel as though you’ve heard one of the most awful stories ever, only to have the next medic pipe in and one-up the last. Now be prepared to challenge your cardiac sphincter’s ability to contain your food as you listen to stories most would consider inappropriate at the table… “One time I had this call…”, “we responded to a guy who was drunk and….”, “I took care of this gal who….” You may find yourself, and other patrons around you wondering how a group can be so twisted that they can (in much detail) describe unthinkable traumas, oozing body fluids and unimaginable situations while indulging in a heaping plate of pasta with extra cheese and thick chunky sauce – some even associating the look of their food to something they’ve had to clean up. Partners for life -  As the saying goes: Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow.

Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend. We live in a world where partners and crews – much like pack animals will die to protect each other. There is a deep loyalty and bond derived from the unique situations and challenges we share with our partners and crew. A day at the office for us has no rules. At any point in our day we have a decent chance of being in a life altering situation, a good chance we will be assaulted, a very good chance we will look in the eyes of someone as they take their last breath. We understand life is short and take a very close and personal bond to those we allow in our emotional circle.

They’re usually written by a person with no direct experience with the subject at hand.

While I wasn’t exactly looking for Dan Rather level reporterage I was still left disappointed by the piece. For example, the article’s reason #15 claims “Paramedics are strong.

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