A Yes, her psychological problems are very enrooted and it started in her teenage years but she confessed to me she felt "different" even as a child, also her father has mental problems too and her family background was a bit violent. However, her sister and brother don't seem to have any problems so I think it's maybe innate or something went wrong during her development. Unfortunately I think it's uncurable but she follows therapy sessions and often go to the hospital. She has a handicap status. I will have some news of her soon but we no longer have a normal friendship, there is not much equality between us (I mean in the mental healthy issue, not to say I'm superior or anything).
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chaoticbrain: No, nobody in particular, though there have probably been various individuals who've left such impressions on me with time without me noticing.
@morsecode: Yeah, that makes sense.
peppergirl: I'm certain we could find masculine equivalents. I have an example in mind right now, in fact, though I have no video of him. In fact, like morseghost mentioned, all types have their annoying ones now that I think about it.
Princess Sparkle: What was that boxxy thing? I'm off to watch some more of her videos, since she claims to usually talk differently.