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Let’s Talk About Suicide and Depression in Boomer Men

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ZOOMER – Research shows Canadian middle-aged men now represent one of the highest risk groups for suicide and mental illness. In Canada, men account for four out of five deaths by suicide. What’s more, suicide rates peak in Canadian men ages 40 to 50, reports the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP). Global suicide rates among this demographic are even higher than reported rates of depression. How could this be?

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Charlotte is a writer, blogger and amateur photographer based out of Toronto with interests in positivity, creative muse, generational differences and the future of work. She has written for Zoomer Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Huffington Post Canada and other Canadian publications. She currently blogs for a range of small and medium-sized businesses.