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Posted on 11/30/2013 6:23:19 PM PST by Libloather
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I’ve suffered from panic attacks occasionally all my life. My Doctors advised blowing in a paper bag and physical exercise first before taking meds. I never knew that in Briton a panic attack is cause for having your child taken away, but of course she is the one that called the police.
Its a better place career-wise for me and beside that, she-who-must-be-obeyed is from England and I promised her we’d move back if she kicked breast cancer. She did, and after paying off 10k in medical bills, we packed up and moved over, other than the weather, I love it here.
None of the government's business.
Something like that would alone cause serious mental anguish and problems. Talk about trying to send someone over the edge.
Sooner or later, the government will assume control over that which it presides. Making abortion in Roe V. Wade a federal issue which it is not (as well as many other thing the Feds interfere with unconstitutionally) allows the government to close in on assuming control over pregnancies. The “progressives” and socialists would like to make everything and everyone property of the federal government. They already do pretty much whatever they want. The next step isn’t too far from that.
If this bi-polar woman had decided to have an abortion the British state would have paid for it and applauded her “right to choose” to “terminate her pregnancy” and expel the “fetal tissue” from her body. They would not have accepted an argument that she was not mentally fit to make such a decision or that the unborn child had any recognized rights. By intervening in this case and forcibly taking the baby, the British state has effectively recognized that the fetus is in fact an unborn child deserving of protection. They are blinded by their hypocrisy and will never admit the obvious.
Whether or not thats true, one thing IS true: is it is none of the government's business.
Okay, how is that even remotely ethical?
I did. Being bi-polar is definitely heritable. I’ve seen it run in families as well.
Amen 444. I pray For healing for the mother and child and for them to be united very soon.
People in Britain don’t go to church any more: don’t have the time or the money.
Abortion in the UK IS set by strict rules. You aren’t allowed to do it when you wish (there are time limits), nor if you aren’t mentally competent.
Having a good friend that is a Psychiatrist, he estimates a 25% chance of Bipolar if one parent has the disease, 50% if two. This can be the case with other conditions, and Bipolar is treatable. Also, if Bipolar runs in the family those 25% and 50% numbers include those family members that are going to get non-Bipolar Depression and other mood disorders, which many people have with no family history.
You got us there. Clearly both our countries are off the deep end.
I want to puke and I know that the evil in this world will only become more apparent.
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