Is Tay Tay a sociopath?
The garden variety sociopath has a "pathologic egocentricity and incapacity for love".
Is Taylor Swift showing serious sociopath tendancies?
Why? Because she's dated lots of people? I guess that makes most twenty-somethings sociopaths too, then. The difference is that she has to date in front of everyone and all of her relationships and subsequent breakups are very, very public.
Leonardo DiCaprio has dated damn near every model in existence but no one suggests he suffers from any sort of mental disorder, in fact he gets a lot of praise for it.
I'm not a fan of Taylor Swift by any stretch of the imagination but I hate that people drag her for dating multiple men. She's brave enough to keep trying even though people judge her for it and I say good on her for that.
She's not a sociopath. The limelight on her makes having relationships hard - as does her tendency to vent by writing about every breakup. But I doubt she's selecting high profile dating and breaking up to help her career.
They call her "Tay Tay" now? Seriously?....................sheesh.
I think more than anything she just has trouble managing the spotlight with her personal life. While other celebrities get into drugs, she gets into bad relationships.
Also, being in the limelight since she was around 17 probably contributed to this fact. She was still growing up and learning about who she was and being put in the public eye only magnified everything that was going on in her life. She just didn't know how to deal with it.
That's what I was hoping. However there is something bizarre about her behaviour which is now begining to change her appearance. The eyes have it.
Also for every rat we see they say there are a dozen others we can't. That's a lot.
I've also noticed that too. She does look completely different. I feel like she's completely lost that nice girl innocent look. And good point about the rat.
She has become another victim of the Hollywood/Pop illusion of "sleeping around is what successful people do". This false vision is perpetuated by the modern media in movies and TV. It's supposed to be tame compared to outright porn antics.
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