A high-flying health service administrator killed herself because she could not come to terms with the fact she was about to turn 30 without marrying or starting a family, an inquest heard.
The 29-year-old woman whose greatest wish was to ‘settle down and get married’ killed herself after becoming troubled that she was approaching 30 unmarried and childless.
The health work, Rachel Gow from Haslingden, Lancashire, struggled to overcome the death of her mother, and the dream of having her own family.
But as her 30th birthday approached, she revealed to family members that she felt she was ‘not where she should be in life’ and that other members of her family were ‘doing better than her'
According to sources she was worried her boyfriend Anton Tsvarev, 30 would leave her, which made depressed.
On the day she took her own life, Miss Gow sent him a text message wishing her boyfriend Anton all the best for the future before poisoning herself.
Miss Gow was describe as an outgoing, adventurous and loving’ young woman who had attained a 2:1 in History from Lancaster University and was working at Royal Bolton Hospital.
In a statement release by her Family read that 'Rachel had been a happy child who had lots of friends, she loved to dance and play the violin'