“All she wanted was her kids."
Sian, Nia’s sister
An inquest into a Welsh Mother’s tragic death concluded that the cause of her death was suicide by hanging.
What the report doesn’t say is that it was Family Court that caused Nia to commit suicide.
Nia's relationship with the father of her children was framed as “toxic”, which put the blame equally on her. She was made to feel like she was a bad mother, but her own mother confirmed she was really an excellent mother.
Nia's self-esteem plummeted, she was unable to continue in her career, and she was overwhelmed by the legal proceedings. The loss and inability to protect her children became just too painful for her to bear.
MSM (mainstream media) is reporting that Nia took her life due to “chronic anxiety”. They do not report that her anxiety was justified, caused by Family Court switching custody to her ex.
MSM virtually never puts the blame where it belongs—on Family Court judges, and the system itself—when mothers or children lose their lives by suicide or murder during a custody battle.
This cover-up by the media of the deliberate disempowerment and devastation of mothers in Family Courts contributes greatly to the perpetuation of the Crisis. It's up to social media to report the truth about the Custody Crisis.
Please share, comment, like or react in support of Nia and to raise awareness of how Family Courts are destroying mothers’ and children’s lives.
If you are in the UK, you can write to any of the major MSM outlets and let them know the truth. Ask them to report on the real reason Nia is dead. You can include a link to this post on Facebook or on our website:
Ex-Wales hockey player ‘took her own life after suffering from chronic anxiety’
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Cindy Dumas, M.A. has been researching, writing, and raising awareness about the Custody Crisis since 2003, when she was unable to protect her children from their abusive father. She fled into hiding when Family Court failed her and was tricked into returning home, when her children were given to their abusive father.