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This Is Paris #2 – (Immaturity) – Therapist Reacts



Dr. Kirk Honda reacts to This Is Paris. Includes clips from This Is Paris (YouTube Premium).

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Paris completely eliminated the parts where in addition to the revenge video there was video she took and kept of herself saying the N word and saying how she's disgusted by black people.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    My social anxiety gets in the way every time I try to talk to people. Even on the internet. I send a message or am around someone and all I feel is pure anxiety.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Re: Baby Voice

    I noticed that when Paris was apologetic to her sister in the earlier scenes, her voice also was a higher register

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    My MDD started 6 years ago when I moved to a very rural area right after graduating high school. My stepdad got a new job and they refused to leave me alone in California to go to college, so I had to come with them. It has been the loneliest time of my life. I’ve always moved around a lot, and I was always able to adapt and make friends but this was different. To this day I only have my best friend who lives states and away, and my boyfriend. But it’s still very lonely. I have found my jealousy and envy get the best of me because of this. Now I have graduated college and I’m looking to move back up north with my s/o, where the rest of my family is and my best friend are. I know it’ll take some time before I stop feeling this way but I know that moving out of this place, moving out of my parents house, will help a lot with my mental health. I’m so looking forward to it. I hate knowing that loneliness is a worldwide problem, how can we connect more as human beings?

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I have that voice thing too, I just got rejected for a job because of it. I don't know how I can turn it off but my voice changes in a very high soft voice that makes me seem super fragile

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I personally have 1 person now I can say anything to but I still feel like a burden.
    Loneliness and feeling like I'm a burden are my biggest problems when it comes to other people.
    Because of my crippling social anxiety, I turned to animals with my fiance being the only human I trust enough to really be myself with other than our son. After 11 years, he's seen me at my best and my worst including pushing a small person out of myself and has stayed right by my side.
    Everyone else I have ever let in has hurt me in some capacity and the few times since turning 21 I've tried to make friends or even build a relationship with family, I feel rejected and like I'm wrong or broken.. and I just shut myself off again from anyone that isn't in the family I made, not the one I was born into.
    How can I work on overcoming the anxiety I get when someone tries to be friends with me? How do I go about making friends?
    At 27, I feel so small because of this.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    A) it’s scary to be vulnerable.

    B) my son had a problem with making friends after we moved, the school social worker drew 2 circles, in one circle she put countless dots in one and in the other she put 4 dots. The 4 dots were true friends. The other circle, with all the dots they were people who turned them down. Each no gets closer to yes.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    It’d be interesting to hear Dr Honda comment on Dan Pena’s idea of wealth. Haha!!!

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    This documentary made me realize things about myself that I’ve repressed for years. I’m so excited to see the future episodes of you reacting to this!

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I was in the doc with Paris and at the « school » with her.

    It seems like you are over simplifying things or missing something. Please message me for some clarification

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Just to put this greedy conversation in a bit of content: Paris' net worth is estimated in about USD240million. Nicky's is about 1 _b_illion (she is with married with one of the Rotschild's heirs). Regardless of the underlying reasons why Paris likes so much to earn money, it is a bit cheeky that her sister calls her greedy, considering the amount of wealth she has and how she got it. IMO, this detail brings all this dynamic to a completely different level. IMO, again.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Love this series

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I got my Mom and my husband to “talk” to but I wish I had a ✨best friend✨ 😩😩😩😩

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Wow this is literally like the plot of “The 8th son are you kidding me “

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Every video I watch tells me something about myself. And the modelling of sound conversation and behaviour helps me a lot.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    This guy is so good at what he is doing.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Im loving this Paris Hilton series. Its important to show that celebrities are also human, with flaws, insecurities etc

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Also so interesting about people (unconsciously) acting more childlike to lower expectations of them. I have a housemate like this! He's 40 years old and almost burned the house down twice, he's been living here for almost a year and still asks people how the microwave/ oven works (so other people get up and do it for him), and whenever you ask him something he replies the next day with 'you never asked me? oh I didn't know?!'. And I really do see the effect of his behaviour on other people, because everyone is just thinking 'oh, this is just the way he is, he's still a child, he needs help with everything'. With me, I stopped helping him after the second time he almost burned the house down, but I still see my other housemates not getting angry but more trying to comfort him 'oh you know, you have too much on your plate maybe, next time make sure you stay in the kitchen'.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    She wants children but she is 39 years old. She may have to adopt if she waits any longer. It is not assured she will be able to have children when she decides to.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Man, I think you totally missed the mark with the "bitch boy" comment. She doesn't want someone following her around, literally, because he doesn't have anything to do or he's trying to win her attention by being obsequious. It sounds like she has chosen men who don't make as much money as her, and they tend to be a little too starstruck. Even if there was some reference to revenue in the "equal" comment, it sounds like she really just doesn't want someone following her around, and who would? No matter how much money you make.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I love Dr. Honda, but I cannot stand this useless slore.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I heard emasculated as her not wanting men who follow her around like a puppy dog, somewhat enamored by who she is, her money, the glamorous life, rather than someone who internally feels and behaves like an equal who has his own life and things to attend to. Anywho, that was a ton of my speculation. Just didn't hear it as emasculated due to money. But maybe that's what she means. Shrug.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    @ Dr. Kirk could you bless us steam punk psyche nerds and tell us your Myers Briggs personality type?

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Making friends as an adult is so much more difficult than it was when I was in grade school or even my early twenties. What I find difficult about making friends as an adult is getting over that discomfort hump. When I befriend people one on one, of course we won’t be 100% comfortable with each other right away. It may take a long time to gain that comfort. And that period can be a huge deterrent. Often, we don’t make it through the gauntlet. In a big group of friends, that discomfort hump is much easier to climb because awkward moments pass quickly with the help of others. The other folks in the group also might know you both and facilitate the relationship.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I love ur videos, hoping my channel will grow to become as awesome as urs🌺❣🌺💫

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Some people are lonely because of the friends disguised as enablers of their destructive behavior.

    And many people in the various social and economics classes that I grew and lived in all have a false sense of money = happiness
    Friends = never being alone what I call Glitz and Glamor Syndrome.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    She means, she's had high hopes in relationships that she thought/felt would have meaning. Clearly her expectations are high for her Self. So when what she THINKS will be valuable mentally, spiritually, emotionally is distorted, after she's let her guards down, to FEEL she can trust someone to care of her, truly…certain folk "always" let her down. And it hurt hurts. Deeply. Then it stays on her mind on replay and ain't nobody got time for that 💔💜 so I'd rather be by Self and work. Why? I KNOW I can succeed at that. And it's rewarding, fulfilling and safe. 🤷🏾 I'm so glad she's being transparent. 🤗 We share the same bday. Thus I concur and approve this message 🙌🏾 hey Dr. Kirk 👋

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Met her in person one on one. She is very sweet

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I wish you would do 90DF and Love After Lockup instead of this show, I refuse to watch these people, it turns my stomach. But yeah, you do you, professor!

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    This is way better than "doctor" Grande's video!

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I guess I'm late but I just noticed "Nikki Hilton Rothschild."

    I would have just changed my name to "Ruler Of The Universe" or "Money Money Money."

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    That was very interesting.. thanks Dr. Honda

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    One of the things I thought I heard her say was that if she made a billion dollars her family could never have control over her the way they did when she was taken in the middle of the night – like if she had this money, they couldn't hurt her like that again.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I use to watch the Simple Life and I remember Paris Hilton saying if people ask you to do something. Do it terribly because they will never ask you again. It high key works

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I'm really not interested in Paris Hilton's self-made documentary. Thumbs down. Sorry, Dr. Honda, but this is beneath you.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    She is so fake. Completely totally fake. Glad Dr. Honda is doing videos on her. Cause its a train wreck.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    'Baby' voices can also be cultural. This is normal in certain countries in Asia, especially the one where I live. My voice is fairly commanding and authoritative when I speak English, mostly neutral in Spanish and Italian, but much softer in polite Chinese or Japanese. Unless someone threatens me (way more common then it should be), in which case I unleash old lady slipper terror tactics.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Part of me feels terrible for her and then there’s the cold cynic in me who thinks what if this documentary is not an authentic depiction of her either. I’m not saying she isn’t troubled, and wasn’t abused at that school but she’s admittedly disingenuous about her image. Can we trust what we are seeing here completely? This may just be another attempt at a re-brand. She’s tried in recent years to come back into popularity and failed. I think she wants to separate herself from the “Paris Totem” that she invented because it no longer benefits her like it used to because she’s outgrown it. I truly hope she is actually assisting with this organization to help create more awareness of schools like these and their unregulated practices instead of just clinging to a social justice hashtag and changing her brand again. Time will tell I guess.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Watching these segments with Dr Honda inspired me to watch the This is Paris which in turn inspired me to watch the Simple Life and I've now watched nearly that whole saga for the first time since Kirk posted the first Paris Hilton vid-lol..

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Can we take a moment to appreciate the improvement in the quality of the videos. So happy to see you developing your channel!

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    There's a lot wrong with having the goal of acquiring a billion dollars. No one needs billionaires and if a person wants to raise money for a good cause they'll never arrive at a billion and they know it.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I could relate to her saying she doesn't want a man following her around and that she would lose respect for him.. i don't think it was about finances, more the she wants someone who has his own life, own goals, and that is not depending on her all the time. Someone she also has to chase sometimes? That is not another "yes"-sayer around her?
    Idk, it's fun to hear your thoughts on the documentation 🙂 thanks for covering it!

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    Omg if Paris just watched this analysis and gave a thought to getting a therapist… wish her the best.

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    I find that Reaching out to my friends to make sure they’re OK helps me feel like I have a purpose in their life. Sometimes I want people to reach out to me but I realize to that reaching out to others to check on then helps me feel like I am being a good friend

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    added on 22 Sep, 2020
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    THANK YOU FOR ADDRESSING THE DEFINITION OF INSANITY FALLACY! IVE BEEN BOTHERED BY THIS FOR YEARS!!!!!

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