This ought to be front page news in every paper across the globe.
Emma Beck’s suicide note read as follows:
Living is hell for me. I should never have had an abortion…I see now I would have been a good mum. I told everyone I didn’t want to do it, even at the hospital…
In February the following year, the night before her 31st birthday, Miss Beck hanged herself at her home in Helston.
This is not the first time I have heard a woman tell her story and say that she told the abortionist she did not want an abortion. It is in fact probably closer to the tenth time. I’m starting to understand how choice-friendly these people are. What part of “I don’t want to do this” don’t they understand?
But I got to hear the other women say it live, instead of reading it in a suicide note.
I wrote about the increased risk of depression, suicide, suicide ideation and mental health episodes the result of abortion here. It’s a link becoming increasingly clear to just about everyone who cares enough to see it. And this, unfortunately, does not include most of those groups advocating for “women’s rights,” who insist on castigating the evidence as part of a pro-life conspiracy.
May Emma Beck rest in peace.by