My mistake, newboy. I had thought your OP was quoting an article or link - given it was in bold. Now I realise it was your own view.
On the issue of the suicide rate among JWs compared to the general population, there have been several threads on this topic. I won’t repeat in detail the main points discussed except to note that discussions need to make a distinction between anecdotal evidence and well conducted surveys (preferably involving what’s called “representative sampling”. Also, even if it were established that suicide among the ranks of JWs was higher than the “general population”, any sound research doesn’t just follow “obvious” explanations (for example, that JW teachings and practices in some way causes that higher number of suicides). Alternative explanations could include the following: Among the ranks of JWs, many dkready have ore-existing mental illnesses including depressive outlooks or that the JWs minority status makes followers vulnerable to stress caused by being outsiders from wider society.
i guess my main point would be there is a difference between anecdotal accounts of suicidality (based on personal observation) and more comprehensive research.