WHO Suicide and Depression Statistics by 11 Countries

It is a rather frightening topic, but as a matter of fact as we listen to the news, we can hear every day that somebody committed suicide. W often do not think these cases over as long as it happens to somebody whom we know, maybe this person lived in our neighborhood. At this time we stop for a little and begin to wonder: why? Why did this person do that? Why wasn’t I told that he or she was in trouble? Fortunately I haven’t had to face suicide among my acquaintances so far. Insidermonkey experts made a list of WHO suicide and depression statistics by 11 countries.

Most people think that those countries have the highest rates in depression and committing suicide that are completely poor and undeveloped. But it’s not true. But the situation is that the suicide issue is a very deep and complex psychological issue that should be treated individually, rather than on a country level and depression is not easy to deal with since we are often not aware that some people may suffer from it. That’s why we are usually surprised when somebody commits suicide. You can also check our list of 11 Professions with the Highest Suicide Rates in Australia.

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