We welcome guest posts from avid writers, active/retired police officers, any current/former first responder, therapists, life coaches and mental health professionals.
Submit your guest post and help first responders find information and support for a healthy lifestyle. We would love to publish your experiences, stories and knowledge with our readers.
Your contribution can help first responders manage their relationships better and lead a fulfilling life. We would be delighted to receive any content that adds value to Outside The Badge and helps Police Officers, Jailers, Firefighters and any First Responder lead a smooth and satisfying life.
If you are not a former/current first responder, but have had special experiences in dealing with mental health issues, marital issues and relationship issues, you are welcome to submit a guest post.
You have the opportunity to enhance your profile as an authoritative voice and build your credibility on the subject. Once your article gets published, it will be accessible to a large audience. And not to mention, your contribution can really make a difference to people who are risking their lives to keep us safe, and who are having problems with their mental health.
Before you start writing, please go through this page. Your content stands a good chance of being published here, when you:
We are open to receiving guest post contributions from mental health counselors, therapists, avid writers, bloggers and life coaches who can share their knowledge, guidance and personal stories with our readers in the form of enlightening and informative articles.
Please only inquire with us if you are SERIOUS about sending a quality blog post.
If you submit a guest post for our readers, your contribution will be featured in our blog section, that will be accessible to our wide range of audience.
Hoping to get your first submission soon!
Do you have a piece of advice or an inspiring story to share with our audience? If yes, then we’d love to see it! Share your article/video on how to improve mental health, or anything else that first responders may find valuable.