October 23, 2017
Whatever it’ll be, you’ll still feel like shit afterwards
Isn’t 51 kinda old to have a “sudden realization” that you can’t have kids anymore?
Or could it be that women aren’t that good at thinking ahead?
A 51-year-old woman killed herself after the ‘sudden realisation’ that she was too old to have children.
Joanne Moller, from Lydney, Gloucestershire, wrote detailed suicide notes, which even stated when her beloved dog had last been fed, an inquest heard today.
Ah, so that’s where the “sudden realization” came – she mistook dogs for children for a couple of decades. Common mistake, a lot of women do it.
She must’ve been pretty around the time I was born
The court heard that she had been suffering moderate depression, chronic fatigue and Fibromyalgia, which were being treated by her GP. She had been on the mental health ‘radar’ since 2007 and her anxiety and suicidal ideation had been a long-standing problem for her.
A GP report confirmed she had been engaging with mental health services including the local crisis team but she had cancelled various appointments.
2007 – when she was 40-41. That’s usually the age when childless women go full crazy/full catlady.
An earlier appointment on December 30 last year had confirmed she had suicidal ideas but she told her GP she had no plans to act on these thoughts.
The GP report said she was entering the menopause and had been showing concerns for her physical health as well as facing up to fact she could not have children.
Senior Gloucestershire Coroner Katie Skerrett said: ‘It is clear from the medical report she was suffering significantly with her mental and physical health but she was engaging with the crisis team and her GP.
‘There seemed to be a particularly low point in January where she was feeling isolated and the sudden realisation she couldn’t have children. Also her relationship had broken down.’
The nice thing about having kids is that your relationship with them usually doesn’t break down. Of course, the (((people))) who promote childlessness will say “There are old people whose kids abandoned them too! HA!” but this is an idiot argument. There are people who drive carefully and still die in car accidents, that doesn’t make driving like a maniac a good idea. Those are exceptions, not the rule. As a rule, the vast majority of adults do take care of their elderly parents, even if sometimes it’s just by doing the bare minimum.
But outside of the practical issue of having someone to take care of you when you can no longer take care of yourself – something that will eventually happen to all of us, even if we don’t think about it – there’s also the matter of happiness.
You cannot be happy if you don’t have children.
Both men and women are biologically hardwired to put reproducing their genes above anything else, and if you’re not doing that, it messes up your entire organism. Childlessness has nastier effects on women than on men because women have a narrower reproductive window, basically they’re only fertile between puberty and the age of 35(you can still have kids up to your late 40s, but it gets considerably harder to get pregnant, and the chances of having a healthy birth suffer a massive drop). A man can still impregnate women when he’s much older than that(although it does get harder and harder), but for women the time is much shorter.
Apart from the gestation and birthing, women are also designed to be more attached to children and to idea of having children. Evolutionarily, human females have evolved to be around children 24/7 and make sure they’re taken care of, while men evolved to provide the conditions necessary for a woman to do that(basically, make sure the family/tribe has food and security from wild animals/other humans).
When you’re not doing what eons of evolution have hardwired into your brain, you inevitably feel miserable, and you end harming yourself in various various ways, of which suicide is only the most radical.
The recipe for your happiness is in your own DNA, not what some filthy kike tells you. There’s a reason countless generations before you did the exact same thing, and it’s not because they were idiots.
They just didn’t have alien rulers to brainwash them into thinking that all the troubles and costs of having children aren’t worth it.
Important things are always hard to do and require sacrifices.
That’s why they’re important.
This is what happiness looks like