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(TMZ)   Bachelor star's mom tells Dr. Phil that she knows the real reason her daughter committed suicide. Period   (tmz.com) divider line 29
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2013-09-10 11:52:18 PM
Leave it to Phil to scrape the bottom of the barrel and fark what he finds.
 
2013-09-10 11:56:05 PM
Another victim in the war on women.
 
2013-09-10 11:58:16 PM
Donna Micheletti -- who was on the phone with the former "Bachelor" star when she hanged herself -- described her final moments with her daughter to Dr. Phil, explaining Gia had a history of drastic mood swings around the time of her period.

Hmmm. I wonder if she could have been suicidal because she had the type of mother who would go on national TV and whore herself out for a buck by trying to tie her daughter's suicide to her period before her body even got warm.
 
2013-09-11 12:01:10 AM

JolobinSmokin: Another victim in the war on women.


Jihad to go there didn't jew.
 
2013-09-11 12:02:13 AM
If you think her mom is a biatch, wait until you meet her Aunt Flo.
 
2013-09-11 12:04:59 AM

farkingismybusiness: If you think her mom is a biatch, wait until you meet her Aunt Flo.


Aunt Irma isn't much of a laugh, either.

ladysproblems.com
 
2013-09-11 12:05:39 AM
Isn't it usually the man who wants to off himself when his biatch is raggin?
 
2013-09-11 12:21:21 AM
Now that's what I call a sticky situation!
 
2013-09-11 12:34:36 AM

ongbok: Donna Micheletti -- who was on the phone with the former "Bachelor" star when she hanged herself -- described her final moments with her daughter to Dr. Phil, explaining Gia had a history of drastic mood swings around the time of her period.

Hmmm. I wonder if she could have been suicidal because she had the type of mother who would go on national TV and whore herself out for a buck by trying to tie her daughter's suicide to her period before her body even got warm.


Oh, if only there was some sort of medicine one could be prescribed that would help people with severe mood swings attain emotional stability. But alas in the year 2013 there is no such thing.
 
2013-09-11 12:35:11 AM
PMDD. I don't even need to click on it.

It's hard to recognize; if you've had your period since you were a preteen or early teens, you don't know that it's not normal to have PMS that badly. Often, you'll just be referred to as a graduate of Crazy-Go-Nuts University for Women and dismissed because it's a female-only disorder, and biatches be cray-cray. If you're already dealing with depression and/or anxiety, it's hard to notice it being a separate entity.
 
2013-09-11 12:36:58 AM

ongbok: Donna Micheletti -- who was on the phone with the former "Bachelor" star when she hanged herself


I found a picture of the mother:

www.travelsnitch.org
 
2013-09-11 12:38:39 AM
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-09-11 12:39:25 AM
What a sexist asshole... oh wait...no. That's what my wife calls me when I say her period makes her crazy.
But it does.
 
2013-09-11 02:20:58 AM

weiner dog: PMDD. I don't even need to click on it.

It's hard to recognize; if you've had your period since you were a preteen or early teens, you don't know that it's not normal to have PMS that badly. Often, you'll just be referred to as a graduate of Crazy-Go-Nuts University for Women and dismissed because it's a female-only disorder, and biatches be cray-cray. If you're already dealing with depression and/or anxiety, it's hard to notice it being a separate entity.


This.  You think everyone has the awful pain and wild mood swings, because teenage girls overexaggerate symptoms, and the media paints menstruation as the worst, most horrid thing imaginable.  After talking to a normal woman, or your doctor, you find out that it's not normal, and that you don't have to suffer needlessly.  There's mood swings and cramps, then there's PMDD's insanity (where you're going crazy and know you're not acting normally, and no matter how you try to control it you can't) and popping Advil ever 1.5-2 hours. Birth control may help, but that is not without risk either.

/on the other hand, my doc tried me on Yaz for it, and that shiat made it worse
 
2013-09-11 03:07:57 AM
I've always been wary of things that bleed once a month and don't die.
 
2013-09-11 05:21:54 AM
This doesn't make any bloody sense, PERIOD!
 
2013-09-11 07:50:42 AM

Duck_of_Doom: /on the other hand, my doc tried me on Yaz for it, and that shiat made it worse


fark yaz. Yaz (.. Well, a generic of it) caused my fiance to have a stuttering stroke at 23 (She's fine now! Because UNC Hospitals have apparently AMAZING neurologists. There aren't even any lingering after effects. ... It helps we were already in the ER when it progressed from "Maybe palsy?" to Full-on stroke). Since it was a generic, we're not sure we can get in on the class action against Yaz, annoyingly.

But, um, yes. fark yaz.
 
2013-09-11 08:52:18 AM
It's about time one of those dumb broads learned how to tie the knot.

/stolen and paraphrased from Anthony Jeselnik
 
2013-09-11 08:57:26 AM
I say the daughter's a hero.  She saved some poor bastid from having to survive her meltdowns on a regular basis, for multiple decades.  And for once, somebody thought about the children, cuz she won't be having any.

/here all week
//try the veal
 
2013-09-11 09:09:47 AM

Felgraf: Duck_of_Doom: /on the other hand, my doc tried me on Yaz for it, and that shiat made it worse

fark yaz. Yaz (.. Well, a generic of it) caused my fiance to have a stuttering stroke at 23 (She's fine now! Because UNC Hospitals have apparently AMAZING neurologists. There aren't even any lingering after effects. ... It helps we were already in the ER when it progressed from "Maybe palsy?" to Full-on stroke). Since it was a generic, we're not sure we can get in on the class action against Yaz, annoyingly.

But, um, yes. fark yaz.


Does your fiancée get migraine headaches, especially with auras? It's a little-known fact but having them can be a HUGE risk for strokes in women who take oral birth control pills.

/sounds like you did the right thing by getting her to the ER early an the doctors were able to thrombolyse the clot, so good on you
 
2013-09-11 09:38:23 AM

Martonio: I've always been wary of things that bleed once a month and don't die.


So, you're either ghey or a virgin.
 
2013-09-11 09:40:00 AM

Felgraf: Duck_of_Doom: /on the other hand, my doc tried me on Yaz for it, and that shiat made it worse

fark yaz. Yaz (.. Well, a generic of it) caused my fiance to have a stuttering stroke at 23 (She's fine now! Because UNC Hospitals have apparently AMAZING neurologists. There aren't even any lingering after effects. ... It helps we were already in the ER when it progressed from "Maybe palsy?" to Full-on stroke). Since it was a generic, we're not sure we can get in on the class action against Yaz, annoyingly.

But, um, yes. fark yaz.


Man, that sucks. I am so sorry to hear that she had to endure that; how scary. Honestly, glad all is good now. I'm with you -- FARK Yaz. Stupid-ass name, too.
 
2013-09-11 10:34:44 AM

PizzaJedi81: farkingismybusiness: If you think her mom is a biatch, wait until you meet her Aunt Flo.

Aunt Irma isn't much of a laugh, either.

[ladysproblems.com image 658x365]


I'm Mr. Heat Miser, I'm Mr. Sun...
 
2013-09-11 10:45:59 AM

unfarkingbelievable: Martonio: I've always been wary of things that bleed once a month and don't die.

So, you're either ghey or a virgin.


Or quoting South Park?
 
2013-09-11 11:59:37 AM

the_vegetarian_cannibal: Felgraf: Duck_of_Doom: /on the other hand, my doc tried me on Yaz for it, and that shiat made it worse

fark yaz. Yaz (.. Well, a generic of it) caused my fiance to have a stuttering stroke at 23 (She's fine now! Because UNC Hospitals have apparently AMAZING neurologists. There aren't even any lingering after effects. ... It helps we were already in the ER when it progressed from "Maybe palsy?" to Full-on stroke). Since it was a generic, we're not sure we can get in on the class action against Yaz, annoyingly.

But, um, yes. fark yaz.

Does your fiancée get migraine headaches, especially with auras? It's a little-known fact but having them can be a HUGE risk for strokes in women who take oral birth control pills.

/sounds like you did the right thing by getting her to the ER early an the doctors were able to thrombolyse the clot, so good on you


I honestly have no idea. I don't think so, weirdly-she was just the unlucky, one-in-a-million statistic. Then again, there is also the fact that Yaz apparently has a MUCH HIGHER stroke risk (there's a *reason* the class action was successful) that they kiiiindaaaaa failed to report. (Assholes.)

I'm kind of kicking myself for not getting her there *Earlier*. She'd had a headache all day, and she was having a little trouble moving part of her face (I called my dad, who used to be a volunteer on a rescue squad-but I neglected to mention the headache, so he thought it was just palsy at the time). Granted, I suppose if I had taken her earlier, she might have gone from "weird bits of my face aren't moving" to "left side of body isn't moving!" after being sent home, or when she was in the cat scan, as they WERE planning on doing a catscan to make sure, since some symptoms were stroke-like. Literally, 30 seconds after the nurse walked out the door, she suddenly couldn't move one side of her body. Ran out and grabbed a doctor (who was PISSED that we had been left alone, when she was exhibiting stroke-like symptoms), they got her to the ER and clotbustered.

She had actually regained some mobility in the paralyzed arm a few hours later, when she and my mom kicked me out of the ER and made me go home and sleep.

I should note, again, this was YEARS ago, and the only lasting effect is she thinks she swallows slightly differently now.

I'll admit this incident *does* make me leery of the argument for "Birth control should be non perscription and available OTC!", but I realize that that's just personal opinion. (.. Of course, I also think asprin should at least require to to ask for it so they can tell you how farking dangerous it is.)

unfarkingbelievable: Man, that sucks. I am so sorry to hear that she had to endure that; how scary. Honestly, glad all is good now. I'm with you -- FARK Yaz. Stupid-ass name, too.


Well, to be fair, I think "Yaz" is a shortened name of the chemical compound. It was scary at the time, but it's thankfully many years in the past, aye.
 
2013-09-11 12:58:49 PM

weiner dog: PMDD. I don't even need to click on it.


My first instinct too, though it sounds kind of extreme even for PMDD. The article, for its part, doesn't say.
 
2013-09-11 04:19:47 PM

Duck_of_Doom: weiner dog: PMDD. I don't even need to click on it.

It's hard to recognize; if you've had your period since you were a preteen or early teens, you don't know that it's not normal to have PMS that badly. Often, you'll just be referred to as a graduate of Crazy-Go-Nuts University for Women and dismissed because it's a female-only disorder, and biatches be cray-cray. If you're already dealing with depression and/or anxiety, it's hard to notice it being a separate entity.

This.  You think everyone has the awful pain and wild mood swings, because teenage girls overexaggerate symptoms, and the media paints menstruation as the worst, most horrid thing imaginable.  After talking to a normal woman, or your doctor, you find out that it's not normal, and that you don't have to suffer needlessly.  There's mood swings and cramps, then there's PMDD's insanity (where you're going crazy and know you're not acting normally, and no matter how you try to control it you can't) and popping Advil ever 1.5-2 hours. Birth control may help, but that is not without risk either.

/on the other hand, my doc tried me on Yaz for it, and that shiat made it worse


I was almost hospitalized while on Yaz. That shiat is awful!
 
2013-09-11 04:49:42 PM
There's a couple I'm friends with - they've been married almost 30 years, and have been together since high school - who are a fantastic example of honest communication in a long term relationship.

The wife (who told me the story) said that she once asked her husband if she got PMS

The husband's response: "No, I just turn into a complete asshole every fourth week."
 
2013-09-11 07:31:39 PM
I haven't seen so much Yaz hate since late September '67.
 
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