So i know i've been harsh in my posts the last few days but i'm trying to get my point across. #SebastianStan
is an #Actor
that's his job, he's not a trained psychotherapist & whilst it's incredably sweet of him to give out #Advice
it could also be detrimental to **his** mental health.
Tell me this.
If it was **YOU** tagged in those DOZENS of posts EVERY DAY that are BEYOND DEPRESSING, how would that make you feel? Knowing that you're doing #Press
for both #ITonya
as well as going to the gym & trying to fit in your social life around THAT schedule?
Tagging Sebastian in those posts is not only the worst form of attention seeking but it's BEYOND disrespectful, if you need #Advice
then you should be going to the trained professionals that KNOW how to deal with you, not a trained #Actor
& DEFINATLY not someone you're supposed to #Support
Prehaps if you spent more time dealing with the #Issues
you have instead of #Complaining
about them, then you might actually improve those issues & feel happier.
it's important to both respect & adhear to the boundries, that means being respectful, courteous and encouraging the person we are a fan of in both their projects & life in general. If it's revealed that the person we support is in a #Relationship
then we support them & wish them happyness & wellbeing, we **DO NOT** post vicious comments regarding that person's boy/girlfriend on social media, we also don't turn up at EVERY event that person is at because **THAT** will end in a restraining order.
It's just a shame that #SebastianStan
"fans" see him as this sex symbol to be lusted over instead of the quiet, generous,loyal, hardworking guy he really is & as such are constantly overstepping the boundries of what it means to be a fan. The next time you go to post something #Depressing
& you have Sebastian tagged in it, think about how Sebastian himself feels reading that.
Just something to think about.
#Thoughts #Fandom #Fans #Enough #SebastianStan #Loyalty #Respect #Honor #Issues #MentalHealth #GetHelp