Post # 63
I agree that it is wrong to call someone with mental health issues “crazy”.
However, we live in a society where people do not understand or have sympathy for mental health challenges. This is why derogatory language is thrown around about the mentally ill.
I hope that the obsessed woman gets some help very soon.
Post # 64
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@MrsYokiman: LOL, even if it’s not real, somebody spent a whole lot of time posting a fake story to every forum imaginable. which is still pretty batsh*t crazy. (unless different people are posting it and pretending to be her, I’ve seen that too.)
either way, some people need to get a life!
Post # 65
@nerdybird: Oh, yeah–I totally agree that whoever is doing this is BSC. I don’t think any of it’s real. I think it’s one really nutty person with waaaaay too much free time.
Post # 66
@HisMoon: Out of curiosity, I did the same google search. That’s disturbing. She must have posted it to 3 dozen different forums. Ones that don’t even seem relevant…MyFitnessPal?? Etsy?? Really?
Post # 67
@CreatureFromTheBlackLagoon: Yes you are absolutely right!
Section V of the TOS states: Please refrain from baiting. Baiting is the act of encouraging responses or replies in order to cause dissent or discord; to instigate participation in a negative way. Anytime you call attention to drama you’re amplifying it and actively participating in it, which is a violation of these policies. This includes “last wording” or refusing to let an argument go.
For more information about name-calling and baiting, please see this thread. Read more: http://www.weddingbee.com/comment-policy/#ixzz2b8rmvsrB
So, with that said, we’re going to go ahead and shut this one down. Have a good night, ladies!