Oh, Betty, where do we begin? Betty comes from a family with money, but has none of her own assets. She's also treated like a child by her psychiatrist, who tells then-husband Don confidential information about their sessions.
When her marriage to Don sours and she becomes pregnant with their third child, Betty's doctor passes judgment on her request to have an abortion, telling her that is not considered an option for a "woman of means."
During labor, she's drugged against her will. To make matters worse, Betty has no legal grounds for divorcing Don (even though he cheated on her), so she plays nice to avoid the threat of having her children taken away. No wonder she's been emotionally eating! Betty, dear, we feel for you.
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