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Posted on March 4 at 6:16 p.m.
I am sooo tired of people who want to legislate the behavior of others. "Give her/the family space!" they yell. "Leave her/them alone!" "It's a private matter/not our business!"
Please explain why commenting and/or speculating in a comment section violates her "space." Or infringes on her "privacy."
Please explain, dear self-righteous souls, why you are writing about this, reading this, commenting on this if it's not anybody's "business." Close the comment section if it's causing Ms. Lopez harm and don't mention her name in the paper.
People are responding to stories in the *public domain*. They are not on her lawn shouting into bullhorns. They are not following her around in their cars and into the supermarket.
Please stop the hypocrisy and let the conversation flow!
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Posted on February 28 at 6:14 p.m.
As someone with bipolar disorder, I would guess the 'medical condition' is of a psychiatric nature. There are plenty of clues to support this ('missing' after 30 min, no foul play, but concern about her 'welfare').
In the end it doesn't matter. But *if* this event involves a mental health issue, the family's response is all too familiar. They 'hide' the truth from the public. They can't speak about it or it would 'embarrass' her/them and/or harm her career. If the incident had been caused by a diabetic episode, I doubt we'd be speculating about the nature of the condition. It would've been named. It's heartbreaking that mental illness is viewed as something to be ashamed of, something that could hurt your standing in the world.
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