The new documentary “That Which I Love Destroys Me” (available to stream free) shines light on post-fraumatic stress disorder among veterans

Ric speaks with acclaimed director Ric Roman Waugh and U.S. Vet Jayson Floyd and learns how listeners can take action.

Twenty-two men and women who fought for our country commit suicide each day — one every 65 minutes. Following the real-life story of Chris Kyle (the subject of Clint Eastwood’s Oscar®-nominated film American Sniper), the powerful new documentary That Which I Love Destroys Me shines a light on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the need for additional support for veterans affected by this condition.

The film’s director Ric Roman Waugh (Snitch starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson; Felon starring Val Kilmer), talks about the new documentary which, in addition to a theatrical run, is available for free during March at TakePart.com/Vets.

Jayson Floyd, a Sergeant in the U.S. Army’s elite 75th Ranger Regiment, discusses his personal struggles with PTSD after serving in Afghanistan in the powerful film.

After watching the film for free online at TakePart.com, viewers will have the opportunity to show support and make a donation to the Armed Forces Foundation or take action on other vets-related issues.

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