Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide. That number is a symbol of the cost of war that extends beyond the battlefield. But no one is tracking war's impact on another group: military spouses, siblings and parents. Their suicides go uncounted. For more than a year, I interviewed dozens of military family members -- many of whom have attempted suicide, contemplated it or had loved ones who killed themselves. They said the cumulative trauma of 12 years of war has left them wrung out and desperate.