Shanda Kristi Lancaster is a severely mentally ill woman causing massive disruption and disorder on the world wide web.
She is and can be a very dangerous woman. She has what is called rapid change bipolar disorder (self admitted) and should be avoided at all costs because she is a danger to others.
She spreads venom and poison all over the internet.
Taken from WebMD:
"Are people with bipolar disorder considered dangerous to others?"
During the manic phase of bipolar disorder, behavior can become
reckless. This may increase the risk of danger for both the patient and
those who may be in their care, such as children. Additionally, in rare
cases patients experiencing mania may become psychotic, hearing voices
or seeing things, which may incite a violent reaction. During an episode
patients should be discouraged from driving or operating any machinery.
If a friend or family member suffers from bipolar disorder, contact
their doctor as soon as an episode becomes apparent. Sometimes early
treatment can help reduce the incidence of dangerous behaviors.
Not only could her young son be in danger, but she poses a serious threat to many many others as well.
Shanda Lancaster exhibits EXACT symptoms of her dangerous destructive disease and when confronted, blames anyone and everyone else, except herself. Delusional thoughts of self adulation engulf her whenever she speaks.
"The overwhelming energy people experience during a manic episode might lead them to
think that they are indestructible, all-powerful, or exceptionally special in
comparison to others. This inflated sense of self-esteem might cause them to
become angry or irritable with others who dont agree with their point of view.
This grand sense of self-worth might also cause them to think theyre
irresistible to others and lead them to aggressively seek out new relationships
or to rekindle old relationships with people they havent seen in
Shanda's manic highs must be a lot of fun. No. A complete misconception. Please read.
"Not really. People on manic highs are out of control, and people
out of control quickly get into trouble. Ruined careers, personal
bankruptcy, and wrecked relationships are par for the course, and
hospitalization, INCARCERATION, and homelessness are far too common.
Moreover the intoxicating high of mania (euphoria) can turn on itself
into a raging agitation (dysphoria) that creates a state of internal
hell. Also, most people in a manic episode experience at least one
psychotic symptom (such as delusional thoughts or hallucinations).
Finally, there are "mixed" states where one is literally both manic and depressed."
Ms. Lancasters perception of reality are extremely altered because of her abnormal sick brain.
It is difficult to comprehend or even listen to a person as ill as this woman.
In Lancasters case, rapid changing bipolar disorder is perhaps the most difficult to treat with HIGH rates of complete failure.
The most likely answer and unfortunately the best answer for this sick woman is to be institutionalized.
Any spouse or other adult in the family ends up most often taking care of "another child" in the household.
Most of the time these individuals must be institutionalized or become homeless. (Taken from the book "Bipolar Psychopharmacotherapy: Caring for the Patient"
Most bipolar individuals blame everyone else for their circumstances. They take a "pity me" attitude and blame everyone else for their problems. they threaten police action and use their illness as an excuse for their behavior.
(Information taken from true case studies and readers questions)
Ms. Lancaster claims libel whenever others point out her mistakes and shortcomings. Now? She shows extreme behavior and can only be stopped by legal force.
Lancasters troubles started long before she blamed others.