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To convince yourself or someone else that suicide isn’t the answer, you must first accept this reality:

 

For some people, it is the answer.

 

When Frank Selden came home from a tour in Iraq, having been deployed as a member of the Washington Army National Guard, he was a changed man. He went from being a loving father, supportive husband, and proud soldier to someone who no longer loved his country or his own life.

 

He lived for several years under a dark cloud and tried killing himself four times. He should have died each time, but something providential intervened.