Pointcounterpoint

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  1. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Instagram activity   


    That's... not a good photo at all in my opinion. It's okay to not be beautiful all the time and to take risks, but this is unattractive in a way that isn't interesting or eye catching to me. The make up is so unflattering. I don't know how she can be so creative and talented with her make up one day and so bad the next.
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  2. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Onision   

    Here's a small glimpse into the current mindset of Onision:

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  3. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Yungelita   

    I was going to show my friend that stupid Netflix and Chill video by Candy Ken featuring her for a laugh and it's just gone. Anyone know why it got deleted?
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  4. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Yungelita   

    It might be a slightly unpopular opinion, but I don't think her face is bad. It's a pretty face- but it's also highly conventional and boring. It's so plain that it doesn't stand out as anything special. Despite my opinion on this, I have a hard time finding her attractive in any way due to her personality. She is so repulsive and annoying to me that I can't get past that. I feel like she could have been more successful with a different and less offensive and disgusting persona. Right now none of her success is due to her- it's due to her body and her association with Melanie. She has no real substance behind that; nothing to keep her 'fame' going. She's going to have to get smart and change her act fairly quickly because this won't last forever.
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  5. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Yungelita   

    Yeah they do- I work with animals for a living and kittens love to snuggle in a pile. But it looks like she breeds- those kittens are maybe around 4 weeks old. A possible source of income, depending on the area.
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  6. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Wylona Social Media Updates   

    Maybe have it a general Wylo men forum? I'm hoping he doesn't stick around long enough for us to talk about him.
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  7. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Wylona Social Media Updates   

    Well, this guy sucks. Why does he try to justify using the N word so much? He's not black, he doesn't care how offensive and disgusting it is. He doesn't get a free pass to use it just because he lives in Singapore. He's an insecure, unintelligent, racist little boy with a hollow life. Wylo sure knows how to find the scumbags.
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  8. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Yungelita   

    Melanie and Emma will be linked in these threads by their friendship. That being said, we shouldn't talk about Melanie unless it's something specifically linked to Emma in this thread since she has her own. (for example, her supporting Emma, Emma in her music videos, etc.) Her white knights will come and clog this thread up otherwise.
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  9. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Instagram activity   


    I think it makes a lot of sense that she was insecure about not looking quite like her selfies, but the voice thing is also pretty likely. I have family in Sweden (I've never lived there or anything) and they are very insecure about speaking English. The mindset of a lot of people I met and spoke to, including family, is that it's shameful to have an accent. Having an accent, to them, means they didn't learn English well enough. One girl even referred to herself as "ignorant" due to her accent. Bringing up their accent, even as a compliment, made them feel bad about their English and was a huge insecurity. I've seen this from enough different people to conclude it's not just my family members or friends there that think like that. I love hearing different accents so naturally my instinct is to compliment it, but I actually started complimenting their English instead, especially since my Swedish sucks a lot.
    Just my two cents!
     
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  10. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Onision   

    I had friends who died in that shooting. Fuck Greg.
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  11. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Plaaastic/GG   

    I think she's just saying that she believes GG is in a better place, hopefully happier than she was in life- so don't pity her because her friend is happier now in her opinion. I agree that I believe it's a metaphor. I'd be mad if it turned out GG was faking it because it's a cruel thing to do to so many fans and people who cared about her. However, I'd be relieved that she's still alive and didn't actually take her own life. There'd be lots of mixed feelings.
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  12. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Plaaastic/GG   

    Vixen just covered this nicely, but to add something: In her country, there is a negative stigma on mental health issues and from what I understand, it's hard to get good treatment and hard to be taken seriously. Since her mental health issues were severe and she faced a lot of negativity where she lived, she sort of self medicated with drugs and alcohol. She was trying to stay sober and struggled with that. That's why I hate any sort of negativity or glamorizing of mental illness. It's miserable, dangerous and needs to be treated seriously and with compassion. 
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  13. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Need Anxiety Advice   

    I've come a long way with my anxiety and depression, but occasionally fall back into it- I've been working on myself for years. There were a few points when my anxiety was at its worst. I remember not being able to leave the house. I actually love going on walks, it's been very therapeutic for me, but I was so scared of having more panic attacks and so anxious I couldn't. During this time, it was really hard to open up. I have a hard time opening up to people in general, so going to therapy and talking to my doctor was tough. I would go to therapy and just pretend it was fine. I wanted so badly to tell them all the fucked up shit I'm feeling and thinking but it just wouldn't come out. 
    When my anxiety spiked I'd get too anxious to go to the doctor to talk to them about it because I knew I would just glaze over the bad details. I'm also not great around people; I'm horrible at small talk and get overwhelmed around too many, so that didn't help.
    The good thing about most doctors is they are used to dealing with anxiety disorders. It's so easy to snowball things in your mind when you're anxious- things circle around in your head and you overthink them and BAM- they become overwhelming. But since they are used to treating people with a variety of disorders, they won't think less of you. The goal is getting treatment and help. I'm not sure if that makes sense. I tend to ramble, so I'm sorry.
    I think it'd be helpful to see a therapist, but don't stay with them if you don't become comfortable. It might take a few sessions to see if they are a good fit. It's difficult to do if you're like me, but they are typically comfortable with you telling them that you don't click well. It can be very helpful to have someone neutral to talk to about all of the thoughts and situations going on in your head. 
    I know you said you don't do well with people, but is there at least one person you can sort of confide in? If so, tell them what's going on. Maybe ask them to go to the doctor with you; they don't have to go in the office, they can just wait. Get some encouragement to tell the doctor what's on your mind and get help.
    Anxiety, Panic and depression are horrible things to go through. Like I said, I'm in a good place now but it took so much work and figuring out what works for me to get better. I feel for anyone going through similar things. Even if my rambling isn't helpful and didn't make sense, I wanted to say I know what you're going through, I listened and I hope things get better for you.
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  14. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Potential Abuse   

    I know I didn't jump in with advice; I couldn't find a way to eloquently word what I wanted to say- but I wanted to say I'm glad she's safe currently and I hope that safety continues. 
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  15. Pointcounterpoint added a post in a topic Plaaastic/GG   

    This is absolutely heartbreaking. I want to say something eloquent but to be honest this is too devastating.
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