Snowflake Chloe Wilkinson / DissociaDID and Nanette Zuniga / Nan / TeamPinata -

Adala

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long time lurker, first time poster.

this popped up in chloe’s community tab this morning,
i like how the tiers got revamped after the months and months of her not fulfilling the ones people have paid for.

curious to see if these actually work better or if she’s just making attempts to draw back all the people she lost over her “break”.
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How her non-patreon followers can't see that she doesn't give a shit about them?
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Florence Sargent

sorry, no uglies allowed.
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Snapshot of the new tiers. So basically she's going to get rid of her merch this way? Chloe really is a genius. Give me $300 dollars to buy you a few cheap hoodies that I profit from. NADIA'S LAUGHTER PACKET! - This sounds like pure Chuck E Cheese Nightmare Inspired Fuel. Archive.
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Am I a fucking idiot or something? I didn't know she had this on her page. LOL
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Adala

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Snapshot of the new tiers. So basically she's going to get rid of her merch this way? Chloe really is a genius. Give me $300 dollars to buy you a few cheap hoodies that I profit from. NADIA'S LAUGHTER PACKET! - This sounds like pure Chuck E Cheese Nightmare Inspired Fuel. Archive.
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Am I a fucking idiot or something? I didn't know she had this on her page. LOL
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So Chloe created her own brand and opened a webshop. Whether it was her plan from the very beginning?
Besides the Patreon she has Teespring and Redbubble with a ton of merchandise.

It would be okay, if she hadn't built it around a trauma disorder, if she hadn't made her audience believe that she was a mental health advocate who made her channel to educate people and breaking the stigma surrounding DID and if she hadn't financially exploited her mentally ill audience.

Thanks to her, millions of people believe DID is a fantasy game.

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And she will come back soon.
Tbh, I hoped she wouldn't come back,but here we go again.
 

Hankypanko

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There's an odd halo of dark/red around her face and along the sides of her neck, which seems odd when the rest of her skin is so colourless. It makes me wonder if she's got some software going on in editing to make her skin look paler and her teeth whiter and it doesn't do so well with shadowed areas. Could just be shitty foundation and lighting too, who knows.

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pd2jzutg2

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I'm sorry but all I can think about is how much I hate her eyebrows... :(
Please girl, for a Brit you're not totally frumpy looking as long as you keep your mouth closed...

Her brows look like one of those depressed parrots that pluck their own feathers out. The clown makeup doesn't help either. She's lookin ruff.
Honestly the look she’s trying to pull with her makeup is horrible and her dumb dark crease like that goes above her actual crease scares me. I’ve never had a problem with her eyebrows before, but this is bad and blustery blatant lol.

also anyone who’s guessed she’s bulimic, her cheeks aren’t puffy at all, definitely doesn’t look like a bulimic
 

IAmMyProject

I'm going to crush you, and throw you to the wind!
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Some powerleveling here and I haven't been through the whole thread but I want to make it clear that with so many suicide attempts and such a rampant case of DID, this girl would have been sectioned under the Mental Health act in England. The NHS is crumbling BUT it does respond to extreme cases of mental illness. My family are all in the psychiatric profession and my mom herself has been a psychiatric nurse for 40 years - she categorically doesn't believe in DID. However, obviously some professionals do. Regardless, this girl would have been sectioned. Put on antidepressants, anti-psychotics. Most disorders as extreme as this ARE treatable and people ARE able to rehabilitate in some way, shape, or form. That, or they are under community psychiatric care. Even during the pandemic, they would have been sectioned. Hospital wards exist solely for psychiatric care.

PDs such as DID stem from extreme childhood abuse, almost always likely extreme, prolonged sexual abuse. To disassociate is the body's way of protecting itself from trauma. It can be accompanied by other extreme behaviours - self harm, addiction, dangerous behaviours.

More power levelling but I have known someone with supposed DID - that was her formal diagnosis. When she would come around from disassociating, she would have absolutely no idea what she had done, where she'd been, who had created the pieces of work her "alter" would create. She certainly did not just fall in and out of personalities, consistently able to carry on trains of thought, discussions etc. Her memory was wiped.

I've always thought this girl was a fucking hack. This just solidifies that. I'm absolutely fascinated by personality disorders but I think this is horse shit and makes a mockery of real illness.
 

BigBadgerArse

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Well well well :semperfidelis: i think i called November.

I forgot how... fake she sounds. She sounds like a robot. Definitely throwing out personal messages through this new video (knowing we will analyse) im guessing she is going to try and control the narrative. Try and stay one step ahead and throw fake bones. She is so intense. Live in support? not always easy with covid, but, does this mean she has a live in 'somebody'? could that person of been right about the h3 bdsm girl? i dont think so but....

Edit: for some nice speculation; I think she is back to cash in on the Free Britney movement. It appears Britney spears has DID and that whole situation with her conservatorship and mental health is blowing up at the minute. #onestepaheadchloechloe
 
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Lieileen

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Some powerleveling here and I haven't been through the whole thread but I want to make it clear that with so many suicide attempts and such a rampant case of DID, this girl would have been sectioned under the Mental Health act in England. The NHS is crumbling BUT it does respond to extreme cases of mental illness. My family are all in the psychiatric profession and my mom herself has been a psychiatric nurse for 40 years - she categorically doesn't believe in DID. However, obviously some professionals do. Regardless, this girl would have been sectioned. Put on antidepressants, anti-psychotics. Most disorders as extreme as this ARE treatable and people ARE able to rehabilitate in some way, shape, or form. That, or they are under community psychiatric care. Even during the pandemic, they would have been sectioned. Hospital wards exist solely for psychiatric care.

PDs such as DID stem from extreme childhood abuse, almost always likely extreme, prolonged sexual abuse. To disassociate is the body's way of protecting itself from trauma. It can be accompanied by other extreme behaviours - self harm, addiction, dangerous behaviours.

More power levelling but I have known someone with supposed DID - that was her formal diagnosis. When she would come around from disassociating, she would have absolutely no idea what she had done, where she'd been, who had created the pieces of work her "alter" would create. She certainly did not just fall in and out of personalities, consistently able to carry on trains of thought, discussions etc. Her memory was wiped.

I've always thought this girl was a fucking hack. This just solidifies that. I'm absolutely fascinated by personality disorders but I think this is horse shit and makes a mockery of real illness.

Yeah because SSRIs are ‘evidence based’ and totally work.

Sadly, I don’t doubt that numerous suicide attempts wouldn’t have gotten her sectioned beyond a short-term hold and would be quite surprised if she’d ever been offered anything beyond anti-depressants. Not that anti-psychotics are a cure-all anyway.

PD treatment is pretty hard to come by in the UK as is getting a formal diagnosis for anything.

Years of cost-saving initiatives have led the NHS to prioritise ‘holistic’ treatments and group therapies, which along with a rhetoric of ‘labels aren’t helpful’ has led to many people being shit out of luck when it comes to getting professional mental health treatment unless they pay for it.

Given that everything goes through GPs, many people presenting will just be cycled through various SSRIs unless the GP knows the CCG has funding for a referral.

Diagnosis impacts waiting time targets, so they try to avoid it. No diagnosis = no specialist treatment required!
 

IAmMyProject

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Yeah because SSRIs are ‘evidence based’ and totally work.

Sadly, I don’t doubt that numerous suicide attempts wouldn’t have gotten her sectioned beyond a short-term hold and would be quite surprised if she’d ever been offered anything beyond anti-depressants. Not that anti-psychotics are a cure-all anyway.

PD treatment is pretty hard to come by in the UK as is getting a formal diagnosis for anything.

Years of cost-saving initiatives have led the NHS to prioritise ‘holistic’ treatments and group therapies, which along with a rhetoric of ‘labels aren’t helpful’ has led to many people being shit out of luck when it comes to getting professional mental health treatment unless they pay for it.

Given that everything goes through GPs, many people presenting will just be cycled through various SSRIs unless the GP knows the CCG has funding for a referral.

Diagnosis impacts waiting time targets, so they try to avoid it. No diagnosis = no specialist treatment required!
How do they not work? There's huge amounts of people who take SSRIs and are able to manage their illnesses. Treatment works in tandem with one another - intense therapy, medication, community support. It's not just SSRIs, it's anti psychotics, beta blockers etc.

It is not as hard as you think to be diagnosed with a PD if your PD is so obvious and so apparent. Regardless of the apparent or obviousness of your disorder, if different SSRIs aren't effective in treatment, you're referred to psychiatry. Through psychiatry, they triage you to determine your necessity for help. I'll admit, at the moment, psychiatry will refer you on immediately if you abuse any sort of substance (alcohol, drugs etc).

Triaging pertains to all levels of mental health and the risk associated. A suicidal attempt is a category A emergency in terms of UK mental health triaging - this does not go through the GP. The emergency services must be contacted in this instance. That means sectioning no matter what and they determine whether it's appropriate to allow you back out into the community. Category B - very high risk of imminent harm to self or others (ie, suicidal ideation, harm to others, a clear plan, history of attempts/self-harm/aggression) requires immediate contact of the crisis team within 4 hours. By the time you get to category C, you're reduced to a 24 hour waiting time. Category D, 72 hours. Category D is significant distress associated with severe mental illness. Category E, 4 weeks waiting time. That's the requirement of a specialist mental health assessment. That is some of the UK's triage response to mental illness and risk.

You can be diagnosed via therapy/counselling services and they will contact your GP with their suggested diagnosis. Any GP worth their salt will contact you regarding this. If you express suicidal ideation to a GP, with any outline of a plan, they have a statutory duty of care to you as their patient to contact the emergency services. There is NO way a GP will allow someone with suicidal ideation, aggression, such extreme delusions, signs of mental illness, to go out into the community without care.
 
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