“8-Cow Moments” – the stories of when your partner made you feel valued and loved.
“8 Cows” is a term referencing the short film “Johnny Lingo”. In the movie, Johnny Lingo is a respected and successful Polynesian trader who returns to his home island to bargain for a wife. The woman he desires is Mahana, a timid and unkempt woman who is mocked by neighbors, and even her own father.
According to island tradition, a suitor and the woman’s father come to an agreement on the number of cows to be exchanged for her hand in marriage. Mahana’s father, Moki, says she is not even worth a single “three-legged cow” and that he would gladly pay Lingo a cow to take the girl off his hands.
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The heart of law enforcement is “to protect and serve” the community. To do this effectively, and handle a range of situations and risks well, extensive training is a necessity.
Yet few people, including those in police work – and other careers that require intensive training – invest the same kind of education mentality toward the most important part of their lives: their marriages.
A lack of relationship “training” can particularly compound divorce risks for police due to a number of job hazards, including:
- Rotating and long shifts
- The intrusive nature of work demands into personal time
- A partner’s inherent worry about officer’s safety
- Symptoms of Post – Traumatic Stress.
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