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...just no, put the phone down in that instance and give them some dignity.”
He posts about going to the gym and what he eats almost daily. I also know a girl who changed her FB profile picture to one of her crying because she had just broken up with her boyfriend.”
I also am friends on FB with someone from high school. Almost daily, there will be a post about how he's so lonely, he hates himself for being so fat and lazy...super cringey stuff.”
And then tagged me in it. (I was severely depressed around this time as well as very heavily medicated and trying to pass my classes so I could get a degree in Math.)
She tried to point out my insufficiencies as a friend but ended up showing the world her true colors. It was great.”
Then when they broke up, she posted a lonnnnnng paragraph about how he was a porn addict and blah blah blah. A year later they're back together.”
She would always post these ridiculous aggressive things about her daughters coming back from a weekend away (with their mum) with pierced ears etc. It was fascinating and awful.”
She's normally posting weird cringeworthy stuff (noteworthy diatribes include 'america is awful because I can't afford floor seats at a Coldplay concert' and 'please pray for me I got sunburn and might die') and I try to be Understanding about how people process death, but this was a lot.”
Uh, okay. Not what I want to see but I'm not oblivious, my mom has a sex life. But It bothered me because I don't think information like that should be public. I was also sexually abused by my former step dad who would make sexual comments to me all the time...so someone my mother is with making sexual comments makes me super super uncomfortable.”
If anyone -- especially my parents -- shared my personal mental health details with the whole fucking world I'd be livid. Especially since it's a giant attempt to garner sympathy for her and how hard it is for her that her daughter has anxiety. It's one thing to overshare about your life, but this is your daughter's mental health. WHO DOES THAT?”
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