(Source: El Paso Matters)
By Michael Novotny, M.H.
During my last duty assignment at Fort Carson in Colorado, I experienced the loss of a fellow soldier to suicide. I wish that I could say they were the only soldier I knew who chose to take their own life. But suicide has touched my colleagues and I many times.
The soldier suicide at Fort Carson shook me to my core and that’s when I knew I needed to step up and connect soldiers and veterans with self-empowering healing practices. (Continue reading here.
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