Anonymous asked: I am so far from being a fan of Felice, but nobody expected Frank Wolf to commit suicide either and yet here we are. I think for you to say that in a scenario where she did put a permanent end to her life that you would absolve yourself of any responsibility is disgusting. The girl may be a cunt but if I were in her shoes I don't know how I'd have been able to be this strong. This Freelice business needs to be curtailed, it's gotten way too out of hand; everybody see's it, everybody but Freelice
Do you think that it is in her best interest to be absolved from her wrong doings…to not have people make others’ aware of her lies and scams…simply because she may hurt herself?
Do you not think that if the narcissistic supply she receives online were to dry up, then she’d be forced to seek professional mental health care?
Do you not think that the people who constantly praise her for her body and/or beauty (even if it’s the product of photoshop), are encouraging her to find value in these external, fleeting attributes…essentially holding her back from progressing towards a healthier psychological state of being, based on something solid?
See…I’m not “absolving” myself, because there is nothing to be absolved from. It’s the people who feed into her semi-fictional online persona called “Felice Fawn”, who are doing Lauren the most damage.
They are the one’s who need to assess the damage they’re doing to this mentally ill woman.
Also, you say:
This Freelice business needs to be curtailed, it’s gotten way too out of hand; everybody see’s it, everybody but Freelice.
Well, I’ve had plenty of correspondences (as have other Freelicers) which beg to differ. With the exception of her fans, I’d say that YOU are the one out on a limb here.
If the truth presented in a matter-of-fact manner is enough to drive someone over the edge…then they are obviously over-invested in their own self-delusion. That is not something I have any control over.
Perpetuating that self-delusion is not the answer, but rather a person in that state should be encouraged to embrace the reality (warts and all) that they find themselves in. It is then up to the people OFFLINE (where Lauren should be turning for help) to ensure she deals with the reality of her life without self-destructing.
That’s not my job. That’s why I’ve repeatedly said she needs outside and OFFLINE psychological intervention.
My purpose is to research and publish the truth. If that’s unpleasant for some people, then so be it. I won’t be held hostage by bogus threats and “what if” scenarios about suicide.
Urgh, El, perfect response as always!