"I can't believe something this valuable doesn't already exist."
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, Author of On Killing and On Combat
"At last a website that will keep our heroes healthy!"
L. John Mason, Ph.D. Author of the best selling Guide To Stress Reduction
"No matter what our politics, faith or worldview, we all owe a debt of gratitude to those individuals who put themselves in harm's way — our police, military, coast guard, firefighters and many other men and women — doing difficult and often dangerous work. These are the unsung heroes among us, who face special challenges within and without, and need our support. As my old mentor once said, "I call myself a warrior — a peaceful warrior — because the most important battles we face are inside."
"Hero Talk provides multi-level, practical support of society's protectors, and helps them to serve others and themselves by balancing body, mind and spirit. I feel honored and privileged to reach out to this community as they find their own ways to live with a peaceful heart and a warrior's spirit."
Dan Millman, Author of Way of the Peaceful Warrior
"A lot of effort has been put into this; I'm honored to endorse it."
Dr. Kevin Gilmartin, Author of Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement
"This site is and has been the founder, Rodger Ruge's, dream for many years. I am privileged and honored to first have had a very personal relationship with Rodger for a decade. First as a student in the year-long CA POST Master Instructor Development Program and then as a partner and fellow facilitator in the same program. He had the attributed and skills that were required for a program of this magnitude."
"This web site represents the essence of Rodger and what he stands for- always reaching out and doing whatever is possible to help others. This site has the potential of being a godsend to others. Give immediate consideration to doing whatever you can to support the site; financially or in kind."
"Rodger expended a great deal of time and personal resources to make the site reality and it quite frankly has, unlimited potential. Now it is time for those of us on the sidelines to pitch in and make it a legacy for law enforcement that does not disappear because of a lack of necessary support."
Col. James Fraser, U.S. Army (Retired)