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Lisa Turtles's Mom Said She's Crazy......Lisa Turtle Responds Like A Crazy Person

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That's why I said I laughed because I thought it was an act, then I felt bad for her. It seemed too over the top to be real, then you start to realize quickly she is very far gone.
 

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Lisa Turtle was a character on Saved by the Bell.

I had to look that up.
 

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I think she seemed heavily medicated. (Completely UNprofessional observation.) And I don't mean illegally medicated, more along the lines of she's getting treatment, but the dose of whatever she's taking is too high.

Sad to see. And unfortunately, not at all uncommon with people who "find fame" at a relatively young age.
 

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Shes bipolar. Her friends from saved by the bell all say shes not well either and its why shes been living at home.
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I understand. And I hate mental illness. It's not a "visible" illness oftentimes, and it still carries an unfair stigma, IMO.

Again, what I said was not meant to be any sort of clinical observation, more one that compares it to personal experience.

I worked for a year as a teacher's aide in a special education classroom. And though it's anecdotal, granted, I saw kids who would behave like that when their dosages were wrong, and be perfectly "normal" when the medication was squared away.

Whatever the case, I wish her the best.
 

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