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    There was never much hope for her face. Aaron Spelling did not translate well on a girl but she made it worse. There's no doubt in my mind she has loads of issues but at this point it doesn't seem she will seriously address them or try to fix them.
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    Well apparently, she's joining David Tutera's team on "CELEBrations" on WE TV so maybe that will bring in some more attention for her and some much-needed cash:

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    A friend just gave me tickets to the David Tutera Bridal event in Philly this weekend. I hope she's not there.
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    Has she been hospitalized yet because she saw one of those Zika mosquitos?
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    The Zika mosquito that bit her died when it ingested those fillers.
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    She reminds me of a girl I used to work with. she had everything known to man (she didn't really) and was always being "rushed" to the hospital. I never knew if there was anything wrong with her physically or it was all this huge mental trip. She always would say she felt faint and that she had low blood sugar and needed to go for a walk and get a soda. She left work in an ambulance one time, complaining of a pain in her side. Swore her appendix was about to burst. She came back to work the next day. Everyone was asking her how she was and what happened, she was very vague about everything. Then, one older lady muttered under her breath "she probably just needed a good shit and was embarrassed. Cracked me up.

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    The Tweeting from her hospital bed while supposedly having a migraine really hit a nerve with me as there is someone that I (now) keep on the outer edges of my life who is exactly the same. Every time they think they aren't getting enough attention they hit Facebook and start complaining about how ill they are with a migraine. If that doesn't get enough likes/attention then they post again about how they feel like they are dying/sooooooo sick (© LeAnn Rimes).

    I have had migraine attacks and can honestly say that looking at a phone or laptop screen and typing messages is the absolute LAST thing I want to do. The reality of a migraine isn't bitching on social media while beating someone else at Popquiz or Candy Crush, it's lying as still as possible in a room that is as dark and quiet as possible while hoping that you won't throw up again because each time you do it feels like someone is jamming an ice pick into your head. If you can dick about on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/whatever then it ain't a migraine.
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    I've had migraines since I was 8. My SO knows to not even try turning on her phone or laptop in bed with me when I have one (normally we both read in bed, we're addicts). Anyone trying to take my photo would be swiftly killed.
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    Yeah, usually when suffering a migraine, lights, let alone a computer, tablet or phone screen, will be unbearable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    She reminds me of a girl I used to work with. she had everything known to man (she didn't really) and was always being "rushed" to the hospital. I never knew if there was anything wrong with her physically or it was all this huge mental trip. She always would say she felt faint and that she had low blood sugar and needed to go for a walk and get a soda. She left work in an ambulance one time, complaining of a pain in her side. Swore her appendix was about to burst. She came back to work the next day. Everyone was asking her how she was and what happened, she was very vague about everything. Then, one older lady muttered under her breath "she probably just needed a good shit and was embarrassed. Cracked me up.
    Sounds like a factitious disorder. It falls under the same category as Münchausen syndrome. It's pretty sad actually. It's a mental illness, she is craving attention and sympathy. It's pathological and can turn dangerous if she doesn't get help.
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    I have only ever ocular migraines, and that has only happened 3 times. It's scary, but passed within 30 minutes. I cannot imagine the pain you all describe.
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    I guess I should consider myself lucky with my migraines. I have them frequently, to the point where it's considered chronic migraine, but most of the time medication works. I may have to take more than one dose, but I get relief. It sucks that I have them, but I can't imagine not being able to take one of the triptans and be done with it. I get so many that I would have no quality of life if the drugs didn't work. As it is now, I get one or two a year where the medication does nothing. I have to lay down, in a cold, dark room and I usually vomit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickiDrea View Post
    Sounds like a factitious disorder. It falls under the same category as Münchausen syndrome. It's pretty sad actually. It's a mental illness, she is craving attention and sympathy. It's pathological and can turn dangerous if she doesn't get help.
    In my last job we dealt mainly with motor accident and public liability insurance claims and I would help prepare the evidence. There were so many malingerers who would get minor soft tissue injuries but keep going back to their doctor and having a gazillion scans and MRIs, and see expensive specialists who would repeat there is nothing wrong and the injuries had resolved, but they would keep insisting until their doctor would diagnose them with a psychological disorder. It was our job to prove that the psychological disorders were laziness and cashin-itis. I know there are people who genuinely suffer pain syndrome, but so many are just big fakers.
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    Even with my lengthy history of migraines, I've only had 2 ER visits for it in my whole life. And that was for a few hours, long enough to get IV fluids to rehydrate and get pumped full of pain meds and then sent home to sleep it off. No "days in the hospital." That was when I was unmedicated. Now I take magnesium daily and have Sumatriptan for when one's coming on. But honestly, the best fix is to take melatonin or a sleeping pill and just knock myself out.
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    I'm also a migraine sufferer-chronic and severe migraines of various types. With some I get auras, with some I experience vomiting and with some I cannot be anywhere near light, sound or smells of any type. I do experience some with which I can continue functioning to a certain degree provided I can immediately take my meds for pain and ginger for the nausea. But I am prevented from taking all those wonderful new drugs, like imitrex, because they are contraindicated by medication I must take daily. I just carry on the best I can. I found out last year that one of the reasons I suffer from a variety of severe headaches is that I have a genetic condition which my son also has. It is a rare condition and not something many doctors are knowledgeable about (although they sure think that they are). That means it is often assumed that I am exaggerating the pain or flat out lying just to obtain meds-even though I have only been to the hospital with a severe headache once in the past 25 years, and that was a post-LP headache. The assumption that I might be drug seeking is infuriating. I would give anything to be healthy.

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