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Suicide Averted: ‘Why I’m Glad the Gun Jammed’

When Dr. Jeanne Sanner was in her early 20s she was so despondent she put her then-husband’s Air Force-issued pistol to her head and pulled the trigger. Unhappy with her marriage, unsure of her sexual orientation, afraid of hurting her family and everyone else she loved, she decided that her best option was to kill herself.

Luckily, the gun jammed. Jeanne has gone on to live a rich, full life she would have missed out on. She has also come to realize that “there is no problem that cannot be solved if we seek the right resources.”

Jeanne will share a simple formula she created that has already helped hundreds of people change their beliefs to lead happier lives. She is the author of “Finding Unconditional Love a Little Peace at a Time.” 

She has a doctorate in spiritual studies, a master’s in education and a bachelor’s in psychology. 

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