Hopefully a valuable insight
I hope this site, the real story it detailes, and the resources and tips that along it were given can help you all to have a more healthy relationship with the web.
Psycho hasn't ceased to try to get where she wants to get.
She hasn't ceased to deceive, she hasn't ceased to fake, she hasn't ceased to lie.
She actually tried to reach again my spaces firstly through a fake Twitter Id (Saturday 3rd of July, 2010, as you will see from the Download section), and then from one of my blogs, faking again her identity, a couple of days after (downloadable item again from the download section).
Why did she try that?
Well, first of all her compulsions made her know this site was about to get created.
Then, as you may get from the dedicated sections of this website (psychological and medical tips) she just can't hold herself from the Obsessive Love Cycle, and that action she performed, giving me even more evidences about her, was a silly attempt in trying to discover a way to break in my interests, assuming the way she thinks things are important could maybe value as well the same in my own life (practically, she thinks for me a website is of importance, or that I am linked to fansites... of course these things matter in HER obsessive world, but count less than ZERO in mine...).
The sites I blog out are just a leisure moment for me.
As I wrote there, they could stop being updated IN ANY moment, anytime I would feel tired with them.
My valuable time is out of web.
Even if I have passions that I display online, it doesn't mean any of those detach me ONE SINGLE MINUTE from real life (and think that I have met ALL the celebrities I admire, in person, talked with them all, and spent quality time along. Still, my admire has remained a normal admire. Affectionated, really heartfelt.... but with the clear distinction in my mind that my world and their world will never be the same world at the same time.).
In the end, anyway, so far Psycho still painfully psychotic and obsessive.
She still pursuing her obsession with all her desperate silly methods I explained to you also here because she hasn't been sent yet to the only place where she would find relief, namely a medical structure where she could give up to her compulsions and finally reach a true living life.
If people near to Psycho have come across of these pages, or if SHE is reading this (I am sure she will, because it's part of her compulsions to mirror me), I really hope she gets help.
And the only help has to be a medical one. She needs counseling. Badly.
Regarding you, readers, these pages are a shout out for you to be careful and never detach yourself from reality the web sometimes pushes people up to do.
Web doesn't teach how to build real relationships.
Web covers insecurities and make you half-develop yourself.
Web can be useful for following passions, because the material available nowadays online about things that we like, people we like, is so wide and over-reacheable that we easily think the "passions" as displayed on the internet are the common, fair way to extrude and proudly show off likings (and dislikes) in life.
It's so not true.
Web sociality again is just a mask. A half-way to be social. It's a retreat.
It should never be the magneto that dries all of your spare time up.
Life is outside.
I hope these pages can help you in putting your web actions and the actions of those around you in the web in the convenient perspective.
You have always to use your brain. Train your brain. Teach your brain how to develop, don't let it stay quiet (and the web helps shutting it down a lot).
I really hope the brain excercise will never be apart from your web experience, just like hopefully it isn't in your daily life.
Don't be deaf and blind at signs of abnormal behaviours over the internet.
Don't condone if/when you realize somebody (or yourself) are spending like an addict druggie way too much time online, especially if you are above the normal age of compulsions (11-16 years old).
Refers to the psychological and medical tips this site provides to further evaluations; and in case you feel the need to, contact the holder of this site for being addressed at useful resources not mentioned here which could help you, or people around you, building up a safer and more healthy relationship with the internet world.
In the end, remember that the only world that's REAL is the one outside web.
Any celebrity you can feel you "love", or that you may have developed a feeling that has transitioned wrongly from admire to obsession, is NEVER gonna be PART OF YOUR LIFE, even though, exactly through the way web helps that celebrity being "almost" near to you daily, you may feel a wrongly taken kind of "proxemity" with, from the way that celebrity may actually let you know what he/she is doing daily through social websites (Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, Myspace, etc.).
No matter the kind of digital interactions, and don't even matter the way you may actually meet physically that celebrity, you will just be a fan meeting the "stage persona" that celebrity is.
You ain't gonna be part of that celebrity "real life".
Simply because any celebrity is a person who has his/her own life filled with real people and there won't EVER be any real connection between you and him/her, out from the moments where the celebrity will exactly perform for you (and with "perform" I include the wide range of famous people interactions with their fans, namely everything that has a professional impact, from talking to signing autographs to answer emails... and so on).
This is the realism the obsessed ones can't accept.
This is where they start to build in their minds alternate realities, and where they think a message through a web board, or a twitter answer, or a shake of hand at a meet and greet, can be a sign of a REAL bond between the idol and themselves.
Folks... those things are not THAT serious or mattering.
It's obsessive and unealthy to not realize the celebrities have their lives where we will never step into as "their people".
And that is actually fair.
It's actually logical and natural.
If you don't like this reality, it means you are either too young to understand the reality in life, or probably... you are a bit too obsessed with your supposed "idols".
If you see yourselves in any of the patterns of behaviours I enlightened about Psycho... sincerly... re-evaluate your priorities, and your approaches to fanship, passions and "likes".
Re-evaluate a bit which hole is in your life that makes you put way too much into a "dreamed about" passion and that doesn't let you try to have a real and fullfilled life outside of that world of fake dreams.
That you think is a "great passion" is a "great lie" about your own self.
You are trickin yourself with it.
An obsession is not love.
It's a distorced feeling.
Never forget that, and fill in in the Brave Real World.
Then keep have your internet fun, and keep loving your favourite artists and celebrities and support them but... with the right and senseful approach.
It's all about measure, in life.
But that measure is what distinguishes a real life from an empty shell filled with lies.
It matters a lot.