I have been faithfully attending DBSA support groups for over 10 years, and can testify that regular meetings with people who have a clue as to what you're going through has changed people's lives for the better.
It's easy for those who don't know Grant McKenzie, or are ignorant about bipolar disorder, to pass judgment on a man who did make attempts to get help when his life was beginning to hurtle out of control. People do not choose to have bipolar disorder, and a just and merciful God will take that into account when He judges Grant. Under the circumstances, don't you think the Air Force valued him as an officer by allowing him to stay in as long as he did?
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