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Suicide Taking Lives of U.S. Vets

U.S. veterans are committing suicide at an alarming rate — and as this ex-Marine explains, it's time to tear down mental health stigmas and offer assistance to those men and women in need. 🇺🇸

06/17/2019 11:58 AMupdated: 08/06/2020 1:58 PM

83 comments

  • Destiny L.
    06/26/2019 16:33

    Hunter Looney

  • Buck N.
    06/25/2019 23:21

    Help our heroes!

  • James H.
    06/17/2019 23:03

    Good luck with that. People just think we are crazy and doctors are like “take these pills 💊 and see you next month”

  • George C.
    06/17/2019 16:15

    Sukyo Mahikari can offer you True-light that will help you deal with your “attached spirits” that make you feel blue

  • Bobby B.
    06/17/2019 14:20

    Maybe the core of the problem is that we are sending people to other countries to kill other people who have done them no wrong so that the wealthy in this country can gain more wealth. No wars = no metal health problems from wars.

  • Vicki H.
    08/15/2018 00:27

    We need to do more for pur veterans returning from war. So sad.

  • Myrna S.
    06/02/2018 06:09

    Mira

  • Yanti D.
    05/31/2018 21:27

    War,....is a terible horror.

  • Darius S.
    05/31/2018 09:20

    Mental health issues r very difficult to handle.

  • Valentina M.
    05/31/2018 09:03

    Stop war, that’s It!. Don’t treat the effect, treat the cause!!! After killing so many people life means nothing

  • Angelina B.
    05/31/2018 03:28

    Pues se creen los héroes del mundo y son controladores. He aquí las consecuencias. Lo peor que les lavan el cerebro a los jóvenes que mandan a la guerra.

  • Ivan P.
    05/31/2018 02:13

    Don't go around the world killing innocent people for money and it will be ok. Suicidal tendencies comes in this case from guiltiness.

  • Benilda S.
    05/31/2018 00:24

    Not only veterans... even exiled laborers

  • Syed K.
    05/31/2018 00:15

    Pakistan joined the United Nations on 30 September 1947. Pakistan Army has the highest number of soldiers in UN Peacekeeping Missions. Pakistani army peacekeepers have participated in 43 UN peacekeeping missions including some of the most challenging ones.

  • Paul A.
    05/30/2018 21:50

    May those ministers in america help them

  • Aaron A.
    05/30/2018 21:29

    Shouldnt be out there killing children and destroying families for your countries personal gains

  • Shafkat K.
    05/30/2018 21:00

    What's sad is that Doctors have it much worse😔 The chance of a doctor committing suicide is 40% more than that of a normal individual 😫 I know how it feels to lose friends; last year one of my friends hanged herself. It was beyond brutal😞

  • Jpf U.
    05/30/2018 20:23

    Those committing suicide are the enlightened. They have realized their entire world view was wrong, everything they've done is wrong, and they are unable to cope with that realization.

  • Melani B.
    05/30/2018 19:28

    if you work for the army you are disposable.

  • Ghazanfar A.
    05/30/2018 18:45

    It is because the soldiers go to kill innocent people. There is no reason for war. Soldiers obey the orders to kill but on returning home they find they had no reason to kill people. Then they are depressed and condemn killings.

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