"It's not a pretty room" he said, "and not a nice town."
He asked the group leaders once, "do you like your job?" and they answered "No".
"Well why are you doing it?" he asked them, but they didn't have an answer.
Understandably, Michael is angry. He has chosen to transform his anger over the injustice of serving his country and then feeling abandoned to his disabilities, into action.
Michael, your call touched me. I am honored that I can pack up a small box of materials to send you, and hope that our contribution will help your group.
--Connie at Families for Depression Awareness