When a person posts online it’s to connect. Whether it’s a positive post to share a joyous moment, a fun thing to get into with the city or any other happy centric post you’ve seen. The dark side of posting comes when we share a bad experience at a business, event, or relationship.
I’m guilty of both sides of the spectrum. We all are in an essence. We all share our experiences with others to connect with someone, anyone, to ensure we’re not alone in our happiness and / or pain.
Sometimes the posts are deliberate, others are passive. Once again I’ve posted both. However, once your passive posts are read by another person they can be received as intentional and that’s where feelings and resentments are made.
The part of this that no one can manage is how it’s received. Each soul has experiences that have made them who they are and each pain is an invisible scar upon them.
That’s the danger of posting. You’re going to rub someone the wrong way and it may be for a reason you don’t understand. But this is where us “glitter throwers” must go above and learn to throw the glitter back on ourselves.
The connectivity can attract negativity. People can and will judge you for being yourself just because they don’t like x, y, or z about you. Guess what though … Hurt people, hurt people.
Let their comments pass you by. Don’t give your light to things that don’t support or grow you. Their light wants yours. Know your level and rise above it.
Much like the click bait it takes for followers to come to my blog with the illusion of a fashion blog, in reality it’s much deeper with my writing.
I do love fashion and all things fem. However, I do hope this blog allows me to do both with time and consistency.
Once again, I thank you coming to my site. While taking the time to read through it and discovering who I and who I hope I can be. As always, I’m chasing the light and aspiring to be one to inspire that also wears super cute clothing in the sunshine of each day.