Thursday, June 9, 2011

Maybe One Day

So I have typed and written several personal posts 
but just haven't been able to bring myself to post them.
 I'm not sure why. I mean who cares. 
It's not like I'm shouting it to the whole world.
 I don't know.
 All of the advice I have read or been giving about having a successful blog 
says that you should post about personal things. 
Maybe these are just too personal? 
Maybe stuff no one really needs to know?
Or wants to know?
 I don't want someone to read them and be like
 "Aw I'm so sorry that happened or you had to go through that". 
I don't want sympathy.
 I guess most importantly I just don't want to be judged.
 I have made many stupid mistakes and done some stupid things in my life.
 I try not to regret anything but to learn from it.
 To never do it again. 
One particular post is how I continuously repeated a viscous cycle for many, many years. 
I'm not even sure if I have broken it to this day...
Maybe one day.


Annabelle said...

and this is why I not only blog under an alias name, I also don't give me peeps real names. The ability to express myself with 100% disclosure, is the most therapeutic reason I blog. I don't worry about judging from the blog community, I just have family that is sensetive and I'd never want my step kids to read my real feelings on their mother.

Let it out girl. We're here, we care, we won't judge and we won't pity.

Anonymous said...

I always struggle with this contradiction. On the one hand, I want to share absolutely everything with my readers. I am an open book in real life, so it just makes sense to translate it into my blogging. But then on the other hand, I am not sure if I really want ALL of my life available for all to read, discuss, and potentially judge. But I think the posts I have been completely 100% honest when writing, I have gotten the most comments and support from.

I say let the words fly!

Lemons Don't Make Lemonade said...

I understand. Sometimes, if I write about my FEELINGS, I feel as if my readers are merely commenting for the sake of commenting and are actually bored with my shit.

Which is why as my followers increased, so did the amount of "emotions" in my post.

But writing has a very therapeutic effect and it'll definitely make you feel better. :)

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