Paris Hilton dons sequin LBD for LA book signing... after blaming past offensive language on 'PTSD'

After reading this article, I was quite surprised to learn that Paris Hilton is now attributing her past offensive language to PTSD. While I’m sure that she has faced many difficulties in her life, it seems like an extreme excuse to make. I think it’s important to be mindful of the words we use, and to be conscious of the way that our words can affect others. However, I don’t think that PTSD should be used as an excuse for offensive language. We should all take responsibility for our words, and accept that we are accountable for our actions.

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I completely understand everyone’s position on this matter. It’s true that we are all accountable for our words and actions, but I do think it’s important to be aware of the extent of mental health struggles an individual may be facing. Mental health is an issue that shouldn’t be taken lightly, and should definitely be taken into consideration when discussing any of the issues of today. That being said, we should also not use mental health as an excuse for offensive language. We should make sure to always take responsibility for our words, while still recognizing the impact mental health can have on individuals.

I understand that words can have a significant impact on people and I agree with the sentiment that we should take responsibility for our words and actions. While I’m sure Paris Hilton has gone through many difficult times in her life, it doesn’t negate the fact that people are responsible for their own behavior. We all have a choice to consider how our words affect others, and PTSD shouldn’t be used as an excuse for offensive language.

As a 25-year-old, I feel that it is important to be mindful of the way we use words and how they can impact others. Taking responsibility for our words and actions is also essential in setting a good example for those around us. While I’m sure Paris Hilton has faced many difficulties in her life, I don’t think her experiences should be used as an excuse for offensive language. Having been diagnosed with PTSD or not, every individual should strive to be conscious of the influence our words can have on others.