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Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Army Wife

Terrible, Thanks For Asking
Terrible, Thanks For Asking
Death by suicide has long been a problem within the U.S. military, and not just among veterans: In 2020, suicide rates among active duty service members hit a six-year high.
On August 28th, 2015, Heather’s husband Tyler became one of those statistics.
Theirs is a story of friendship, of love, of family, of service and duty … and of trauma, domestic abuse and mental illness.
If you’re experiencing thoughts of suicide, you can call or text 988. If you’re a victim of domestic violence and want out, you can call the National Domestic Violence hotline. You’re not alone.

Recommendations for Reporting on Suicide

Common Factors in Military Domestic Homicides: Implications for Prevention and Intervention 

Military Versus Civilian Murder-Suicide

Military Suicide Rates Are at an All-Time High

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