This book will help anyone dealing with moral failure in their life or in the life of someone they love. It also gives hope to those already dealing with the consequences of their moral breakdown. It doesn't matter how strong a faith a person might have, we are all susceptible to moral failure, especially after a tragic event. The author of this book is a Gulf War Veteran who was diagnosed many years ago with PTSD. After returning home he struggled for a normal life that seemed to allude him. He succumbed to temptation and his life spiraled out of control. He was sentenced to prison as a consequence of his own actions. After losing everything, he sank to a level where he thought suicide was his only option. Only a timely surprise visit from a friend saved his life. After he decided to live, many long hours were spent evaluating the road he had chosen and how he had gotten there. From the solitude of his bunk, he began to write out his thoughts so that he could one day share them with those who might benefit from his failure. "Time Is Something We Never Regain: Moral Breakdown" is a detailed account of his life and the events that led up to his moral collapse. His passion is to assist those in need and to reach out to those who may be dealing with moral failures or temptations of their own. This story is similar to the failures of so many today and the author hopes that these words will reach someone before it is too late for them to turn their life around. If you are already facing the consequences of your choices, or even contemplating suicide, he wants you to see that your life is valuable. You can overcome this period of your life and make a positive difference for someone else. If you or someone you know is struggling with any kind of sin or addiction and wonder if there is hope...this book will help: if not to Avoid Failure, then to Overcome it.