Irl I had this friend who would always copy me, I showed her once cool new (expensive) shoes and told her they were cool, the next day she got them and was wearing them at school, I bought an album from a band I liked (and she didn't knew them), the next day she got the limited version of the same album and brought it to school and that's when I started to realize she was copying me and found her weird, my fashion style, what I liked, parts of my personality, my words, she would copy everything. There was a time I wondered if she liked me? but in the end we stopped being friends, she used to be kind of obsessed about me now that I think of it. I suggest you to ignore him, block him, dont talk to him, I'm sure he will stop copying you till he finds someone else to copy. Just ignore him and if he tries to provoke you, keep on ignoring him, he will get tired. He sounds quite creepy and like someone who get obsessed fast. Explain to a friend you trust the most about this situation if you can.
Of course it's way better to see doctors and I suggest to do that first, but I think a self-diagnosis can be accurate and helpful in some cases, it really depends. I'm not talking about complex mental illnesses such as schizophrenia but I think you can easily know if you have social anxiety or depression for example. And it's not everyone who can get help from therapists but it can push those who can to meet one.
I'm sorry if it's a bit OT (?) I don't know if it's only me but since this happened to me, I wonder if that's the same thing for those 'gangnam/photoshopped unnies' ?. I once discovered an app similar to meitu, I tried to do some changes to three of my selfies and I was like "Wow I look really cuter that way". The next day when I looked back at my selfies I was like;; what the fuck, I look like one those weird photoshopped gangnam unnie (not as bad as them tho lol), I looked seriously weird but when I first made change I really thought I looked hot? So I wonder if that's how they feel? Because when I see some of them, they have ALL of their pictures really badly photoshoped which means they must seriously believe they look good that way...?
Agreed. I see some threads and the content is.... It's literally just a bunch of users insulting some (irrelevant at that) girl, all they do is posting her pics then saying "Her teeth are so small haha what a slut!, have you seen her hair?? It's too weird for her face shape lol dumbass bitch hahaha you whore!!!" etc. I feel like some people on here really don't have anything better to do, are worse than the "snowflake" herself and it's straight up pathetic when you think about it
Tsundere. Tbh it's true oop Tough on the outside, soft on the inside- the tsundere is a difficult character to get along with due to them forever speaking with a sharp tongue. They are hot-headed people who are easily offended, so people have to watch what they say around these metaphorical bundles of barbed-wire. Tsunderes refuse to show weakness, so even if they like someone or are worried about them they will never show it. Secretly, they do care a lot about their friends and family, but they are just too awkward to go about expressing it in a normal way.
You guys are aware that she's doing all of this on purpose for attention right? I mean, it's quite obvious. How it always goes : 1. Post a pic of her wearing a qipao with a caption about how you should do whatever you want and how good she is wearing it 2. Start to post East Asians wearing qipaos and dancing sexually in her stories and be like "Yaas slay! Do what you want girl!!1!!1!" 3. Random people with big or small accounts post about her 4. Goes on private for a while 5. Gain new followers
At this point, yall shouldn't be taking her seriously tbh she's doing this on purpose cause no one cares about her if it's not to call her out
I'm not always here but when I read certain topics, I can understand why people think PULL is a hate site. It's great to see people exposed for bad behavior and stuff like that but I feel like some people here seems to care a bit way too much about those random online strangers and can be way worse than those "snowflakes".