Damon West, ex-con turned author and motivational speaker, joins the show to discuss his book, "THE COFFEE BEAN: A Simple Lesson to Create Positive Change," which tells a story of how anyone can modify their life for the better, no matter the circumstances.
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Dr. Mark Goulston, suicide prevention expert, talks about helping veterans work through PTDS with Bill Maine on the Morning Edition. Dr. Goulston shares tips for veterans and those around them to help work through any issues related to their service. Be sure to find out even more with a visit to https://www.stayalivevideo.com/ to watch his documentary on this issue.
On the heels of yet another school shooting, this one seeing 1 killed and 8 others injured in Colorado last week, Cpt. Joe Carter with the Hall County Sheriff's Office joined the show to talk about how school's approach student safety, and what changes may need to be made in order to more effectively prevent violence.
Dr. Rutledge Forney, the President of the Medical Association of Georgia, joins the show to provide an update on the ongoing opidoid epidemic, as based on the results of the Opioid Task Force 2019 Progress Report.