It's no secret that I'm 100 percent a self-proclaimed 'Twi-Hard' and not the slightest bit ashamed to admit it. So naturally when it comes to another person's 'Twilight' obsession I don't judge or question it, at least not up until now.

Recently, the writers at Cinematical spotlighted the website 'My Life Is Twilight,' a place where fans post daily 'Twilight' related encounters. The website title alone seemed a little over the top, but I still kept an open mind, because who was I to criticize my fellow 'Twilight' fans? However, reading through these confessions eventually had me wondering if 'The Twilight Saga' is more damaging to young teens than I'd like to admit. It's no secret that I'm 100 percent a self-proclaimed 'Twi-Hard' and not the slightest bit ashamed to admit it. So naturally when it comes to another person's 'Twilight' obsession I don't judge or question it, at least not up until now.

Recently, the writers at Cinematical spotlighted the website 'My Life Is Twilight,' a place where fans post daily 'Twilight' related encounters. The website title alone seemed a little over the top, but I still kept an open mind, because who was I to criticize my fellow 'Twilight' fans? However, reading through these confessions eventually had me wondering if 'The Twilight Saga' is more damaging to young teens than I'd like to admit.

Here's a few excerpts from the site:

"Today, my ex-boyfriend threw my 'Twilight' book across the room. He was still my boyfriend before that."

"Today me and my boyfriend Edward watched 'Twilight' and whenever Edward Cullen's lines came on he would repeat them line for line. While he did Edward's I did Bella's. It was fun especially when we did the kissing scene he put an ice pack on his lips before we kissed and that was our first kiss too"

"Today, I had the epiphany that by going to the gym and possibly a tanning salon, my boyfriend could look like Jacob Black. I then proceeded to tell him the plan, to which he agreed and started."

"Today, (actually a few months ago) I read 'Twilight' for the first time ... I finished the book in seven and a half hours then proceeded to cry because I so badly wanted my life to be like Bella Swan's and I really wanted an Edward for myself."

There were pages upon pages of affirmations, all surrounding one common theme, their desire to be with someone like Edward or Jacob. At first some of the stories seemed laughable as they were filled with innocence, but others seemed a bit disconcerting. As a 20-something woman in a stable relationship, I'm confident in saying that I have a firm grip on reality about my affinity for 'The Twilight Saga.' However, if I were a 14-year old girl exploring new relationships, I'm not so sure I'd be able to say the same thing. Some parents look at this behavior as if it were a passing phase, finding solace in the fact that at least they're not out doing drugs.

What do you think about these fan confessions? Should parents be concerned if their daughter is expressing obsessive behavior towards these fictional characters?