A study found that the cost of living is the greatest risk to suicide rates. Here’s what people can do about it

For the past six months, Scarlett has noticed that her body has started to shiver excessively.

It’s a response that she associates with withdrawal from antidepressants – but this time it didn’t.

Instead, the tremors coincided with a rising cost of living as she and a housemate had to tighten up their already tight budget.

“I have no way of supporting myself financially and I don’t know what to do,” Scarlett said.

“Then that’s where I get to and then the coil starts again.”

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