The single female suicide factor and gender differences


  • Nation
  • Friday, 08 Nov 2019

IN 2018,66% of the calls made to Befrienders Kuala Lumpur came from women, and of this, 60% of them were single.

However, Sunway Medical Centre consultant psychiatrist Dr Tee Bee Chin said the figures do not mean that women are more depressed than men, or that women have more emotional problems than men.

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