Noah saw therapists for years—psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, addiction counselors, the whole gamut. He didn't like group therapy and couldn't complete inpatient or residential treatment programs, although we tried quite a few all over the country. Poor compliance with medication and treatment, coupled with a growing dependence on illicit drugs, brought out the worst in Noah. He wasn't the same boy who, when drug-free, aspired to finish college, get married, and raise a family. He believed he could solve his problems by himself. What a mistake that turned out to be.