20 May 2022 #31
I doubt child made her mad. It doesn't work like that.
Yes, it can, and often, it does. I risk sounding like a patronising mother, but you clearly know nothing about the real world. In the real world, women can have mental breakdowns from having children. Have you ever heard of postpartum depression? It's a mental disorder that can eventually get so out of hand that a woman kills herself. But that's fine, isn't it, because she isn't taking an innocent life? Well, sometimes, a woman with said condition could become a threat to others, including her child. That is of no fault of her own, as her brain doesn't work as it should. That's just life.
This condition often isn't treated, as it can be attributed to just feeling worse.after childbirth, which is common. It's hard to spot, but it can go on for YEARS. That is not nice for a child to live with. Nor is lack of a parent.
My mother had me in and out of an orphanage for most of my childhood, because she couldn't afford to take care of me. It was horrible. To make it worse, I never met my father, as he had run off with some other woman when he found out my mother was pregnant. This was back in the day when, in my country, abortions/terminations were illegal, and she would have had one, not due to lack of love, but quite the opposite. She never wanted me to have such a horrible childhood. If she could, she said, she would have prevented that. She thought my father would stay, he said that, no matter what, he would always stay with her.
People are more complicated than you seem to think. People have reasons for doing things, and they ought to be allowed to make their own decisions. Whether or not one gives birth to the foetus one is pregnant with IS a choice. It is only murder, as @RussianAntiPutin has said, when the foetus can be taken out and put in an incubator. When it can live outside the uterus, without being a miscarriage. Then, and only then, is it murder.