Marital Breakdown, Shame, and Suicidality in Men: A Direct Link?

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Title Marital Breakdown, Shame, and Suicidality in Men: A Direct Link?
Author Kolves, Kairi; Ide, Naoko; De Leo, Diego
Journal Name Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior
Year Published 2011
Place of publication United States
Publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Abstract The influence of feelings of shame originating from marital breakdown on suicidality is examined. The role of mental health problems as probable mediating factors is also considered. Internalized shame, state (related to separation) shame, and mental health problems were significantly correlated with the score for suicidality during separation in both genders. Tested structural equation model indicated that internalized shame was not directly linked to suicidality, but was mediated either by state shame or mental health problems in males in the context of separation. Our findings seem to indicate that separated males are more vulnerable to the experience of state shame in the context of separation, which might lead to the development of suicidality.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Alternative URI
Volume 41
Issue Number 2
Page from 149
Page to 159
ISSN 1943-278X
Date Accessioned 2011-09-27
Language en_US
Research Centre Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention
Faculty Griffith Health Faculty
Subject Mental Health; Public Health and Health Services
Publication Type Journal Articles (Refereed Article)
Publication Type Code c1

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