ER Docs and Crucial Talks

High Adrenaline Events - It's OK to not be OK. A Discussion on Shawn Ryan interviewing Kyle Morgan.

June 11, 2023 Raj Kalsi & Cullen Kehoe Season 2 Episode 3
ER Docs and Crucial Talks
High Adrenaline Events - It's OK to not be OK. A Discussion on Shawn Ryan interviewing Kyle Morgan.
Show Notes

Trauma.  High adrenaline events.  Where do you put the emotion, the sadness, the anger, the rage, the confusion, and the myriad of emotions that well up after the event is over?  Bad shift at work, near car wreck on the highway, a loved one got seriously ill?  This episode is for you.

Tonight the Docs discuss this very topic, high adrenaline events, and they discuss the Shawn Ryan Podcast, Episode #41, his interview with Delta Force Operator Kyle Morgan.  Shawn Ryan is a Navy Seal, and conducts this amazing deep dive interview into a harrowing event Kyle experienced while stationed in West Africa.  There, Kyle nearly lost his life while simultaneously saving the lives of countless people in a hotel being attacked by rebel forces.  He discusses the trials and tribulations of being a Delta Force Operator, and then the harder challenges he met when he came home to his wife and children.  He hadn't counted on the demons from the battlefront joining him on his trip home.

We are all human, the Docs come to summarize, and therefore all of us humans are vulnerable to forces beyond most of our control, in particular after traumatic, high adrenaline events.  You may experience this at work, in the home, or out in the community.  Regardless of who you are, and what you experienced or where, you experienced some degree of fear, emotional stress, and confusion as to where to go as you attempt to move forward.  Invariably, there will be good and bad methods to go about this.  Let's deep dive into this crucial talk and figure this out together.

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