Suicide Statistics

This will be an ongoing page that I’ll add to as I gather information.

The results of socialism on suicide rates are devastating, especially for men in our society. The numbers reveal a major problem is being ignored and the causes are being hid as well. Major causes seem to be all attributable to feminism and communism and big government in our society. Some of the causes the research indicates are; the lack of treatment for men, the depression caused by the high single person and divorce rate, child custody and divorce law favoring women, the high fatherless-home rate, the dehumanization caused by the police state, socialism, sexual abuse, the high jobless rate, poverty, drug and alcohol use, public school, mass incarceration and long term social punishment for minor crimes, unjust criminal courts, taxation, fees and fines (which is also taxation), and to a lesser extent the influence of media which fosters all of this. To confront these things I will be compiling information to be used as a resource for others to help dispel the myths surrounding suicide and mental health and to help identify the causes, especially as it relates to men as they are the most at risk.

If you, or someone you know or come into contact with suggests or thinks you or they may be tempted to commit suicide please call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or 1-800-799-4889 for the deaf or hearing impaired or online chat with workers at and there are more State based numbers listed at


The studies as I compile the information (still in embryonic stage). “The 8-year-old boy died Jan. 26, the first youth suicide in 2017 in Hamilton County, Ohio. Seven county residents 18 and younger have died as suicides this year. Last year, there were 13. The yearly average is about five.” “Japan and South Korea have some of the highest life expectancies in the world — 83.3 years and 81.5 years respectively. However, they also have two of the highest suicide rates, especially among males. In 2013, male suicide rates were 41.7 and 26.9 per 100,000 in South Korea and Japan respectively…The main reasons for these high suicide rates include adverse economic conditions, unemployment, changing family structures, depression, inadequate access and resistance to mental health care, and substance abuse, according to “The Cost of High Suicide Rates in Japan and South Korea: Reduced Life Expectancies,” a research paper by Wharton student Elliot Oblander; Sojung Carol Park, associate professor of finance at Seoul National University in South Korea; and Jean Lemaire, Wharton professor of statistics and actuarial science.”

“In 2010, the latest suicide statistics show that 38,364 people killed themselves nationally and 30,277 of those were men… Men are literally killing themselves to get their concerns heard, but no one is listening.” – Source : Men On Strike – Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream – and Why It Matters – Helen Smith, PhD. citing – 2012 American Foundation of Suicide Statistics,

“Men kill themselves at much higher rates than women: four men for every one woman.” – Source : Men On Strike – Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream – and Why It Matters – Helen Smith, PhD. citing – 2012 American Foundation of Suicide Statistics,

“American Father Self-Immolates to Protest Against Family Courts,” International Business Times, June 17, 2011, “Divorced men were over eight times more likely to commit suicide than divorced women (RR = 8.36, 95% CI = 4.24 to16.38). After taking into account other factors that have been reported to contribute to suicide, divorced men still experienced much increased risks of suicide than divorced women. They were nearly 9.7 times more likely to kill themselves than comparable divorced women (RR = 9.68, 95% CI = 4.87 to 19.22). Put another way, for every divorced woman that committed suicide, over nine divorced men killed themselves.” referencing : “RESULTS For the entire sample, higher risks of suicide were found in divorced than in married persons. Divorced and separated persons were over twice as likely to commit suicide as married persons (RR=2.08, 95% confidence intervals (95% CI) 1.58, 2.72). Being single or widowed had no significant effect on suicide risk. When data were stratified by sex, it was observed that the risk of suicide among divorced men was over twice that of married men (RR=2.38, CI 1.77, 3.20). Among women, however, there were no statistically significant differentials in the risk of suicide by marital status categories.

CONCLUSIONS Marital status, especially divorce, has strong net effect on mortality from suicide, but only among men. The study showed that in epidemiological research on suicide, more accurate results would be obtained if samples are stratified on the basis of key demographic or social characteristics. The study further observed that failure to control for relevant socioeconomic variables or combining men and women in the same models could produce misleading results… At the bivariate level (table 2, model 1), African American men were 51% less likely to commit suicide than white men. Lower levels of education and income increased suicide risk. Men residing in the West were more likely to commit suicide than those residing elsewhere in the country. The only age group that seemed to be at an increased risk of suicide was the group 65 years or older…Men with low levels of education were significantly more likely to experience suicide than those with 16 years of schooling or more. Similarly, men in the lowest income groups had increased risks of suicide. For example, men with household incomes under $5000 were 76% more likely to commit suicide than men with household incomes $25 000 or more. Men whose household income was in the $5000–$9999 range had a risk of suicide that was 1.6 times that of men with household incomes $25 000 or more. Men in the West were 1.3 times as likely to kill themselves as those in the rest of the United States. In the multivariate results, age was unrelated to suicide… As can be seen in table 3, there was no significant difference in the risk of suicide by marital status among women.

In addition to marital status effects, there were other notable differences between men and women. Low educational attainment was a risk factor for suicide among men. In the female equations (both models 1 and 2) education had no effect on suicide. Whereas low income increased the risk of suicide among men, income seems unrelated to suicide among women. Western region residence was related to suicide among women at the bivariate level, but it lost statistical significance in the adjusted equation (table 3, model 2). It is also interesting to note that while age was unrelated to suicide among men, it was a significant risk factor for women. Specifically, women in the age group 65 years or more were over 2.4 times as likely to commit suicide as women 15–24 years old.”

Kposowa AJ. Marital status and suicide in the National Longitudinal Mortality Study. J Epidemiol Community Health2000;54:254–61.

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. National Longitudinal Mortality Study1979–1989 [Machine-readable public use data tape]. Bethesda, MD: National Institutes of Health, 1995.

Perrault C. And if we speak about men? Sante Ment Que1990;15:134–44.

Farrell W. The myth of male power. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1993.

Furstenberg FF, Sherwood KE, Sullivan ML. Caring and paying: what fathers and mothers say about child support. New York: Manpower Demonstration Research, 1992.

Unemployed and suicidal men called unattractive and crazy by

The results came from an analysis of the aptly named “How Couples Meet and Stay Together” survey, collected from 2,262 adults with opposite sex partners who answered questions about their relationship status between 2009 and 2015. Women initiated 69% of divorces, compared to 31% of men.

“Turns Out That the Husband’s Job Is Probably the Best Predictor of Divorce… the risk of divorce increases substantially when the husband isn’t employed full-time.”

“There are several possible reasons as to why divorced male suicide rates are so high. Sociology professors at the University of California and their research suggest that many stem from the separation between father and child. In cases involving custody dispute, the courts are often ready to grant custody to the mother, due to an assumption that the bond between mother and child is stronger than that of a father and child. In the minds of those fathers, they’ve not only lost their marriage, but also their children and any assets or property that was divided during the proceedings.”

“Suicide-Related Cases Increasingly Common in Children’s Hospitals, Study Finds”

“8-year-old suicide: Student was beaten, kicked”

“Watch: Insurance Companies Recommending Assisted Suicide for Terminally Ill Patients”

“Michelle Carter found guilty in landmark texting suicide case | Boston Herald”

Why Men Are Killing Themselves

Why more men will soon find themselves doing ‘women’s work’ – The Washington Post

Millennials Don’t Consider Themselves Adults Until Age 30

Student: Notre Dame Expelled Me Because I’m Male – The Daily Beast

University lets female students take home exam to try and close gender gap | New York Post

CNN’s Sellers Blasts GOP for ’13 All-White Males’ Writing Health Care Bill’ – ‘Travesty of Justice’ – Breitbart

Study: More Men Hired in Gender-Blind Job Application Process “The trial also revealed that adding a male name to a candidate’s application made them 3.2 percent less likely to get the job while adding a female name made it 2.9 percent more likely that the candidate would be hired.”