A woman in China is becoming the Internet sensation after stage-wedding her ex “just to teach him a lesson” for dumping her when she was seriously sick.
They’ve been together for 8 years, but when Li, the women, was having a serious illness due to the infection from the lab she was working. After hearing the news, he immediately broke up with her and avoided all contact from the poor girl.
After hearing the news, he immediately broke up with her and avoided all contact from the poor girl.
8 years went by, and he finally gets married to a rich girl. But it turns out that everything was a test from his ex girl friend when she showed up in a white, stunning gown waiting for him.
The man was shocked to say the least, seeing his thought-to-be-de add ex standing in front of him in a wedding dress.
But it turns out that everything was a test from his ex girl friend when she showed up in a white, stunning gown waiting for him.
After she revealed that she didn’t di e that year, and everything was just her test, he became angry ad demand his bride. He wanted the psycho to leave him alone, but he’s traped.
Turn out that the bride is the girl’s cousin. She broke up with him and the wedding is cancel.
The story became famous on the Internet and netizens are having an argument about whether the story is true or not, whether should we test our loved one in this extreme way?
should we test our loved one in this extreme way?
But there are many people who fake their cancer for other reasons, money or roman scam for example.
Why? There are four reasons a person fakes a disease, and three are due to some kind of mental illness.
Malingering: The person does not have a mental disorder. They are intentionally lying and using other people for personal gain.
Facticious Disorder: The person is consciously lying for a possibly unknown reason. They are looking for emotional gratification due to a compulsion or addiction to inventing illness.
Munchausen’s Syndrome: 10% of the facticious disorders, in which the person is on a quest for unnecessary medical treatment for an illness they don’t really have.
Psychosomatic Illness: The person unconsciously creates symptoms for an unknown reason and truly believes they are experiencing an illness.
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