Family break-ups drive men to Suicide

This is Study report by USW and MHIRC, and its real fact, but in front of Women organisations False statistics, all beleive more women are committe suicide than men.

Here is the current news.

Sydney, Dec 3 Family break-ups, lack of jobs or denial of access to their children might drive men to suicide, rather than depression or other mental illness.

John Macdonald, joint director of the University of Western Sydney (USW), Men’s Health Information and Resource Centre (MHIRC) and colleagues conducted a qualitative study of suicide in men aged between 25 and 44.

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