Stephenie Meyer: I Blame Myself For Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart’s Troubles

Sat, March 16, 2013 4:52pm EDT by 139 Comments
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sen

Posted at 3:09 AM on March 17, 2013  

Can you share a house with someone, not be just relationship is. And certainly not a committed relationship. Just crazy RP fans will find other reasons to attack the actress Kristen Stewart.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:25 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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loving

Posted at 3:05 AM on March 17, 2013  

Convinced Pattinson is 27, he should speak. Ball on its side. Leave attacking his fans to co-star five films are really cowardly. If Pattinson returns to London, it’s without words.

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abe is doing it?!!

Posted at 12:55 AM on March 17, 2013  

please cut this.
an american celebrity who cares?

IS SHE DRUNK?

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:25 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:56 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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Barb

Posted at 6:50 PM on March 17, 2013  

No, your thinking about the Kardashians!

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mvk

Posted at 12:50 AM on March 17, 2013  

You can’t blame Stephanie Meyers for Kristen cheating on Rob with Rupert. That is just damn stupid.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:26 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:26 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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ulyssa

Posted at 11:26 PM on March 16, 2013  

ROBSTEN …TWILIGHT is meant to exist … their fate has directed them to where they are now…and they were able to capture millions of fans accross the world…thanx to stephanie for your brilliance…

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:56 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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true love

Posted at 11:23 PM on March 16, 2013  

This is what Stephanie Meyer said to Guardian about True Love ……
“What I think says true love is different than what a lot of other people do, so it’s just what my subconscious puts out there. To me, true love is that you would hurt yourself before you would hurt your partner, you would do anything to make them happy, even at your own expense, there’s nothing selfish about true love. It’s not about what you want. It’s about what makes them happy.”
Kristen’s love for Rob is not ” True Love “.
Kristen hurt Rob with her affair with Rupert . If it is not True Love , what is the point , It will be better if they split .

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:27 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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lalala

Posted at 10:54 PM on March 16, 2013  

If you luv your mom post This to 20 pictures 1 Girl ignored This and her mom died 365 later sorry cant ignore This because i luv my mom

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Jun

Posted at 10:40 PM on March 16, 2013  

Everyone’s blaming everybody on skank’s mistake which started the whole mess lolz bunch of idiots like thier angel idol waaboom!!

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:57 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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Dana

Posted at 10:29 PM on March 16, 2013  

HER FAULT WHY BECAUSE SHE CAST THEM IN TWILIGHT. GRASPING AT STRAWS NOW BECAUSE WHEN ROB COMES HOME THE WORLD WILL KNOW EVERYTHING YOU HAVE PRINTED SINCE ROB LEFT WAS NOTHING BUT LIES.

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ulyssa

Posted at 11:21 PM on March 16, 2013  

wat r u talking about?

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:57 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

 
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Katkid2000

Posted at 12:55 AM on March 17, 2013  

Agree! Honestly? I think it’s a bunch of crud. Rb was so much cuter when he was Cedric Diggory! It would of been hilarious though if Voldemort came out of nowhere in the last movie battle scene and killed Edward.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:28 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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jen

Posted at 10:06 PM on March 16, 2013  

I think there’s another Twilight film….Maybe its the conclusion? Everybody thinks so, because of the ending..

Go Stephanie! Make another film please. The eradication of Aro.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 8:45 PM on March 16, 2013  

@Madison – Nope – those comments were not to you. Somehow they have been posted by someone other than me — they are COMPLETELY from a different rather ugly conversation. No issues here :).

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Madison Nichole Allen

Posted at 8:50 PM on March 16, 2013  

Oh, okay. Sounds good, no problems. :)

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:28 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:58 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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Woody88

Posted at 8:16 PM on March 16, 2013  

Off topic but just saw K11. Great movie! Loved it so much.

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Madison Nichole Allen

Posted at 8:19 PM on March 16, 2013  

Where at, Woody88?

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Woody98

Posted at 9:29 PM on March 16, 2013  

North Hollywood

 
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Madison Nichole Allen

Posted at 9:35 PM on March 16, 2013  

Dang it! Okay, thanks.

 
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Madison Nichole Allen

Posted at 8:12 PM on March 16, 2013  

Anyone who blames Stephanie can go to h*ll. She did nothing wrong.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 8:27 PM on March 16, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Madison Nichole Allen

Posted at 8:31 PM on March 16, 2013  

Wait, did you just call me a cyber bully? Cause I ain’t no cyber bully. HL is a cyber bully. I’m saying the people who trash talk Stephanie Meyer need to watch it. They have no rights.

 
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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:58 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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Barb

Posted at 8:06 PM on March 16, 2013  

If they were ment to be than something else would have brought them together.They both like the same music and were homebodies before Twilight. Fate brings us all to our own destiny. Chemistry between them was majic from the begining of their meeting so don’t blame Stephanie!

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 8:27 PM on March 16, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:58 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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Magnolia

Posted at 7:18 PM on March 16, 2013  

lol shes not responsible, if they didn’t want 2 do it they wouldn’t have. They knew what they were getting into.

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Kay

Posted at 7:47 PM on March 16, 2013  

I agree Rob and Kristen are the ones that signed up for this. Robsten will not last much longer Rob and Kristen want their privacy back.

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Nobody Special

Posted at 3:10 AM on March 17, 2013  

@ Magnolia: I agree. They did know what they were getting into when they chose to be actors: they knew that the possibility for making a movie and having it be a great one,might happen.
What they DIDN’T count on,was the heighth of fame and the level of notoriety and money it would bring.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:29 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

 
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Tory Tanchez

Posted at 7:11 PM on March 16, 2013  

i think it is wrong to blame Step on me/Stephanie, i believe what is happening to the prick of Rob, & his bim boo of Kristy. is totally on them, u can´t stand the pressure in the pressure cooker get out of the pot. If u catch my drift

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 8:27 PM on March 16, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 10:59 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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olivia

Posted at 6:52 PM on March 16, 2013  

Way to try and stay current, Stephanie.

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Louise

Posted at 6:30 PM on March 16, 2013  

I don’t think Stephanie should blame herself for what is happening to Rob and Kristen. The people loved the books, and in turn loved the movies. I think if the actors had been honest from the beginning, that they were in a relationship most fans would not have had second thoughts about them. Maybe the production company told them what to do, or their “people” advised them but it was the wrong thing to do. Most fans have their own lives, with their own problems, etc.
I just hope the kids (Rob and Kristen) can get on with their careers.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 8:28 PM on March 16, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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THE VERY NAUGHTY MS TWIST

Posted at 6:16 PM on March 16, 2013  

Rob & Sten brought a lot of this unwanted attention on themselves IMO. Like Katey points out if they had have just admitted to dating then they could have lessened some of the intense scrutiny placed upon them. They wanted to play cat and mouse with fandom and the media, they now have to live with the consequences of that action, which is the absolute obsession over whether they are in fact a couple or a made for movie romance.
I also agree with Katy that scummit and their publicists are partially at fault, they used and exploited those to young people for their own monetary gain and have now basically left them to deal with the aftermath, which is a crazed fandom and intense media scrutiny.
Rob and Sten must know that the only way for this to all die down and for people to move on is to just come clean about whether they are a couple or not.
I believe in hindsight, if they knew then what they know now they still would have accepted the roles as Bella and Edward but they may have conducted themselves differently and probably wouldn’t have let scummit use their personal lives to promote their professional ones.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 11:00 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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well

Posted at 5:55 PM on March 16, 2013  

I really don’t think it was just Stephanie’s book. Sure, people loved the books and couldn’t wait for the movies, but people also loved the Harry Potter books but those stars aren’t as hounded as Rob and Kristen. The truth is, if other actors were cast, it would not have had the same outcome. It was the undeniable chemistry between Rob and Kris both on and off screen that made deranged fans think that Bella and Edward were real because of it. No one is really to blame for this, especially not Steph. Sometimes the stars a-line and these things just get out of hand.

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TRACY123

Posted at 5:39 PM on March 16, 2013  

Like I said before if Kristen and Rob knew 6 years ago what impact Twilight would be on their personal lives, would they have taken the parts?? It’s time to let them have some peace, they deserve it.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 5:13 PM on March 16, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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katey

Posted at 5:10 PM on March 16, 2013  

If anyone is to blame it is Summit and Rob and Kristens handlers. They wanted to use them to maximize the series, and their managers and agents went along with it. What might have diffused some of the fascination with them if they had just said “yes we are dating, yes we are a couple and we will see where this goes.” When its out there the stalking serves no purpose. So they all made their choices. Where to go from here, move out of CA!!

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 8:28 PM on March 16, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Poroloco

Posted at 5:10 PM on March 16, 2013  

Robsten is not on a seperation!! And stephenie, it’s so NOT you fault!!!

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 5:13 PM on March 16, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Jun

Posted at 6:24 PM on March 16, 2013  

It’s Kristen’s fault for picking an ugly affair with Rupert. If it could have been her beautiful co star she could be a more popular a star and coolness but Rupert ?? That’s the bi-polar fault it’s as simple as that wrong choice but love is love she really fell for Rupert her old crush so that’s what it’s all this hoopla started

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Barb

Posted at 8:13 PM on March 16, 2013  

THERE WAS NO AFFAIR ! She is hanging with friends including Taylor and no nasty rumors there!Who said ” a kiss is just a kiss”? OLD NEWS PEOPLE…Get a life!

 
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Madison Nichole Allen

Posted at 8:18 PM on March 16, 2013  

Thank God! At least someone else has common sense. Barb, at least you ain’t a blind idiot like the rest who can ‘Kiss my a$$ for the $hit they say!’

 
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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 8:29 PM on March 16, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

 
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Madison Nichole Allen

Posted at 5:01 PM on March 16, 2013  

Stephanie, you are not to blame. You simply made the book and they wanted to be characters. You did nothing wrong, you are talented and amazing. You have no reason to feel guilty. Please don’t think negative. And for HL, wow! You actually gave proof! (Round of applause) Finally, you give a magazine name. Now, keep up the proof.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 5:14 PM on March 16, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 11:00 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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