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Topic : 07/18 Fatal Attraction?

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Created on : Friday, January 26, 2007, 01:51:56 pm
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(Original Air Date: 01/29/07) Everyone wants to be loved, but what happens when being the object of someone's affection turns creepy or even fatal? Celebrities are not the only targets – stalkers can be found in any neighborhood and town. Michelle says her ex-boyfriend, Melvin, is obsessed with her, and she fears for her life. Melvin admits he constantly thinks about Michelle and can't live without her in his life, but he says he gets mixed messages from her. Find out the extremes Melvin has gone to in his relationship with Michelle, and why his actions prevented him from coming to Los Angeles for the taping of the show. And, why does Dr. Phil tell Michelle she's playing with fire? Then, Katrina has been infatuated with rap star, Jay-Z, for the last three years. She sends him 200 e-mails a day, has called him over 300 times and has even tried to befriend his best friend and sister. She is convinced that if Jay-Z met her, he would want to be with her, but is she willing to risk jail time just to get close to him? And, meet a Hollywood actress who was stalked on the big screen … and then in real life. Why does she fear her stalker may strike again? Share your thoughts, join the discussion.

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October 21, 2007, 11:22 am CDT






                                    I think Katrina has what is called erotomania.  It's a psychological disorder.  What happens is the person it affects has a delusional belief that they are loved by another when in reality they are not.  Typically this disorder affects women who's lives have been disappointing.  Their prey can be anyone, but primarily is a celebrity of any kind.  They go to great lengths to please their target with the false belief that that person loves them in return.  Katrina is a classic example.  All the signs are here of a fabricated relationship and that she has already crossed the line from Neurotic fatansies into criminal behavior.  She definitely needs help!

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