I'll repeat myself. Those people have a desperate need to be seen as nice. They wouldn't piss on Amber if they came across her on real life and she was on fire, but on the internet they can virtue signal.What the fuck is going on. Her comment section is full of positive "you got this, gorl" stuff too
There is also a lot of people who watch Amber for the same reason Amber watches MSHPL - so they can smugly say that they aren't as bad as her. (how many comments, tweets and even posts here contain the phrase "I'm not as heavy as Amber"?) The thing is, at some point they realize that they too would be upset if people talked to them like that and that they too prefer ass pats to tough love.
Another thing to remember is that those are "pack" people, they're a clique and will mimic each other's behavior to remain as part of the pack. So, if the ones they perceive as alpha goes in one direction, they all follow. Consistency is for
No. It's the fact that she is physiologically too far gone to safely undergo surgery.It's the fact that it's not as simple as that and would require actual effort before and after the surgery that makes this a no-go for Hamberg.
Way back before Amber had a YT channel and was living with Kasey, his mom gave Amber an ultimatum: either get a job or go to school. Amber chose to go to school and took out student loans she didn't pay back because (and I quote) she "thought the money was given to her and there was no need to pay back". She was 18 or older at that time.I'm just going to flat out blame YouTube for this one. Unless she decides to live off welfare, Amberlynn would be a working class adult like most. A normal 9-5 life. That would have given her life some normalcy albeit painfully average. At least being OUT THERE would have forced her to adhere to social norms.
Amber would NEVER have a normal life. You see, she's a rebel, and fighting the status quo is her thing. If she didn't have YT she would find ways to finance her lifestyle. None of the ways would include a job.
Amber was a ward of the state from the age of (I think) eleven. She had multiple professionals working with her (by her own admission).all of these people you mentioned probably showed signs in childhood of having issues. however, their issues were not addressed,
Yes, the state of mental health (and general health) in the US is mind boggling, but Amber is not a good example to advocate improvement. She was given resources to work on her mental health and refused them because she knows better than every single living and dead person who has ever worked on the field.