Suicidal women prone to infidelity

Women experiencing suicidal thoughts may give away clues in their risk-taking behaviour, research shows.

The survey of 273 Australian and New Zealand women who have experienced suicidal thoughts found they were more willing to engage in risky behaviours such as not wearing a seatbelt or having an affair, but less likely jeopardise relationships with friends.

The authors say their findings could help clinicians identify people at risk of suicide