Tuesday, December 30, 2008

What sorts of mental stability cases work in the media?


A woman who went missing from a cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico might have jumped overboard.

Seitz had "previous emotional issues," yet there were no outward signs of distress while on the seven-night cruise from Miami, her family said in a statement given to two Florida newspapers where she had previously worked.

The couple met in a weight loss support group; both had undergone bariatric surgery. She chronicled her weight loss journey for an Orlando TV station.

She was also a freelance writer, having written articles for The Tampa Tribune, The Ledger in Lakeland, and an online article titled, "Battling the Bulge Onboard," about how not to gain weight while aboard a ship.

"They seemed like they're pretty fun and stuff, pretty wild if anything," passenger Austin Stovall said.

WFTV


Well-balanced.

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