Veteran Spencer Coursen joined "Stu Does America" Friday and brought with him a simple but powerful message about mental health.
In this clip, Stu asked Spencer for ways Americans can initiate conversations with veterans who might be silently suffering from depression and/or PTSD.
"I don't want anyone to think they are alone," Spencer replied, adding that a "simple act of kindness can go a very long way."
Spencer noted that sometimes the No. 1 reason someone doesn't kill themself is that someone reached out to them and did something nice.
"There are 22 veteran suicides a day ... the more people are engaged and reaching out and calling to check on each other, that is one less person who is looking for a solution in the bottom of a bottle and one less person looking for a solution in the barrel of a gun," Spencer said.
Catch the full interview in the clip below. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.
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