Donna Micheletti has a lot to say about her daughter’s suicide and lays the blame on her raging unbalanced hormones caused by her monthly menstruation cycle. On August 12, 2013, Gia Allemand, 29, who starred in the TV reality series “Bachelor” committed suicide by hanging herself.
Donna went on the Dr. Phil show to tell about her daughter’s death. She said that Gia’s menstruation cycle always messed with her mood and put her in a deep, dark mood where she felt unloved. She described that it would often alter Gia’s behavior. “It was like night and day. It would come out of nowhere. All of a sudden, something would click in there and she would say 'This isn't right. He doesn't love me.'"
Just hours before her suicide attempt, she had a fight with her boyfriend, Ryan Anderson, during lunch. She accused him of being unfaithful to her. According to Daily News, Ryan took her to Walgreens to buy some things including Nyquil cough syrup. He dropped her off at home. She told him that she still loved him, but his response was that he didn’t love her anymore.
Isn't that a bad, sad memory to have, knowing that those were your last words to someone you loved. It is important to watch what you say because you never know if you'll see that person again.