(Closed) Limit postings on weddingbee.

posted 7 years ago in Relationships
Post # 17
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

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@cmbr:  I agree! Well said.

Post # 18
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

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@cmbr:  lol. This.

I have nothing constructive to add here, so I’ll just say ‘good luck!’ OP.

Post # 19
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

as someone who spent most of my teen years and my early 20’s online, trust me when i say that too much time on forums, depending on “friends” you meet online is not going to end well. please step back. talk to your therapist (i think you have some big boundary issues, and some personal issues that you need to work through, from reading other posts from you), see if she can suggest an alternate outlet. groups, social activities, maybe group therapy. do i think forums are bad? no way. but i think that you need to step back. i think you need to find something to do away from the computer, and grow and learn that way. i think too much computer time as an adolescent can really, really screw up someone’s social skills. i speak from experience.

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@UberClaire. this is a WEDDING forum. for people planning weddings, or who have used it to plan their wedding in previous years. you are not in one of those groups, so i don’t see why you are here. not to be rude, but i don’t see the point. yes, this is an awesome community of women (and a few men). it’s a wonderful group. but i don’t think it’s an appropriate group for you.

Post # 22
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Omg. Just GO already. Jesus.

Post # 23
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

In a previous post, you mentioned your best friend (one of 91 apparently) is learning disabled. Do you struggle with this as well? If not, I cannot understand why you are here or why you post the most insane, ridiculous situations possible, nor can I understand What you are even trying to say in most posts. 

Post # 24
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1719 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

I just read some of your threads, and I think you need to limit postings in general, just limit being on the computer.  It seems your life is revovled around inapropriate relationships you develope on the internet.  You don’t know how to react to people in real life and you can’t learn how to be social or mature while you are constantly on facebook and on different forums.  Maybe whenever you feel like posting something random, put the computer down and go for a walk to the park or go to the mall, anywhere with REAL people who can really teach you about life and help you mature.  Give yourself a flippin time limit for being on the computer.  I say this in the nicest way possible, you need to grow up and stop seeking attention from people who you can’t look in the eye because you only know them from the internet.

Post # 25
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596 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Good luck on teen spot!

Post # 26
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2571 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

I worry about this poster. I’m no therapist, but I wouldn’t be surprised if she suffered from some disorder that causes social issues (lack of boundaries in real life, obsession with forums online, no sense of right/wrong regarding internet boundaries, etc.). I just hope that the OP is really getting the help she needs. If she is in fact, living with her parents – they really need to step up.

Post # 27
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

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@MrsNewDay:  + 1.

I also worry about her username which I do not think is ironic and which I do think is likely to get her into situations that compromise her obvious vulnerability.

Post # 28
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102 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

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@sofialovesmikey:  If you truly think she is learning disabled perhaps you should act as an adult and be concerned and offer advice, rather than being snarky and rude.

It seems like everyone wants this girl to go to an age appropriate site and to get help and speak with a therapist, which is honest and helpful, but then there are a bunch of grown, married, or soon to be married women, bullying a young girl.  I think we should be kind and helpful or not say anything at all. No one is begging anyone for their replies here, especially not rude ones accusing some girl of being mentally disabled and bringing her down instead of offering honest help and advice.

Post # 29
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

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@jdashiell17:  +1

I also don’t agree with people saying that if you have never planned a wedding you shouldn’t be on here. People talk about tons of other things on some of the other boards. Such as pets (like she mentioned). Plenty of people make posts that aren’t wedding related.

Post # 31
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

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@jdashiell17:  +100000! Obviously based on her post history, you can tell she is not an adult. A bunch of grown women are talking really snarky to her.

 

I am just going to bow out of this thread because nothing that I say will be helpful. Good Luck OP. I am glad that you found a helpful outlet with people who can relate to you 🙂

 

 

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@MrsNewDay:  I just hope that the OP is really getting the help she needs. If she is in fact, living with her parents – they really need to step up.

+1 I could not agree more!

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