I thought this book was going to be very interesting and eye opening concerning modern problems in the military. It did not disappoint.
The book is about the Graham family and the death of their two sons. Though the family has a history in the military and both boys were a part of that history, there is a lack of support and consideration concerning the suicide of one son.
In today's society mental health has taken a much more prominent role not only in the military, but across the school system, workforce, and hospitals. This book puts forward a very strong case that the military needs to put more effort into caring for the mental well being of their charges, and I applaud the Grahams as they continue on this road.
I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for the review. I would definitely recommend it.
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