Reprinted from the October 18, 2017, issue of U.S. 1 NewspaperPeople are generally familiar with emergency response. If it’s physical, that is. Broken bones, cuts, flesh wounds, and even choking will trigger trained and practiced responses from everyday people who have taken one or more first aid or CPR workshops. Mental emergencies don’t fare so well, though. Breakdowns, depressions, panic attacks, even the blues tend to make other people pull back. Or even walk away.