Suicide is the biggest cause of death in men under 35 yet it is seldom discussed, with parents left feeling ashamed and that they have failed their child. Both Janet and Tom instantly recognised their son’s handwriting.Janet’s husband Tom was out walking and she decided that she wouldn’t bother him on his mobile phone. He had composed a poem made up largely of song lyrics belonging to his favourite bands.Also far behind are perennially explosive topics like politics at 35 percent, and religion, 32 percent.Wondering who would rather talk about anything in the universe other than personal finances? "I am definitely one of those people," says the national sales manager for an organic tea company. I have had this problem so long, I don't even know when it started." Lannerd, 28, says the silence was originally a family trait.
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