Deleted my last post.

Point of note: don’t share your truths with the internet when you’re sad because they’re just going to shit on you.

49 thoughts on “Deleted my last post.

  1. This saddens me. I am sorry you felt the need to remove something because of other’s opinions. As I did not myself have a chance to read it, all I can say is that I am sorry your sadness and voice were received in a way that made you feel you needed to remove it. I am sending you inspirational thoughts and support for whatever trial you are facing and wish you a wonderful rest of your week. Stay strong and never silence your own words.

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    1. I’ve had some stresses going on in my life as of late and I’ll admit, I’ve been extra sensitive to the things that people say to me. Comments that wouldn’t normally have bothered me just got to me that night. I just wanted to say thank you for your kindness and your well wishes ❤ It meant a lot to me when I read it the other night. Though I didn't have the courage to respond until now, I wanted you to know that it really meant a lot to me.

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      1. You are most welcome. I too have been in that place where the words around me are louder in my head than the confidence I have in myself. If I am honest, this is probably the case more often than not. I am glad that my words helped, if only slightly. I wish you all the best and hope for a world where one day we can truly express ourselves without the judgement and insult of today’s society.

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    1. Thank you. I try to block the really nasty people – just because I don’t need that nastiness in my life. Some people I genuinely think just didn’t bother to understand the post and decided to chime in with their judgments. Which hit me hard when I was in a sad mood. Normally, I’d let it go, but dang, as I’m sure you know – when you’re sad, you’re saaaaad.

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  2. Hello Vee,
    I think I was one of those who could view the original post.
    In my humble opinion, I did *not* think you were “awful” or selfish at all!
    What you felt is very natural, and very human. I admired that you were able to identify and acknowledge those feelings honestly, because most of us would feel exactly the same. I thought it made you even more of a mature and responsible adult.

    I am sorry you had to receive negative feedback, and the necessity to remove something from your platform. Again, there are many of us who know exactly how you feel, and sincerely support you. All best!

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    1. Thank You ❤

      I was in such a bad headspace the other night, I honestly just couldn't deal. Normally I'd let that roll off my back, but I just couldn't look at them. I'm taking it day by day and trying to get better day by day, but I'm sure you've been there before – when it's just too tough to read the judgments of others who just don't get it? Yeah, that's what I felt like. I just had a bit of a freak out.

      Thank you for your kindness. I'm sorry I didn't have the courage to respond to this until now but I wanted to say thank you for being so kind and thank you for never passing judgment on me for my thoughts and thank you for always being so genuine towards me. ❤

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      1. Thank you so much for your reply❤️
        Yes, I have definitely ‘been there’ before, and still have those moments especially this year. It is not ‘just’ you or me who have these moments, but pretty much all of us I think! 😉

        I too, really appreciate your thoughtful and kind replies. It truly is one of the blessings of this year that I could stumble upon your site🤗

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  3. People have plenty of shit to share. They know that the more they “give away”, the less they have to deal with themselves.
    Next time someone holds out their shit for you, remember, you don’t have to accept it.
    “Thanks, I’ve got plenty of my own” is a perfectly fine response to their “offer”.

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      1. Always want to talk to you, V. I will fire an email across shortly. I apologise if you’ve sent any I may have missed, I have been avoiding my inboxes out of sheer anxiety but now’s the right time to get logged back in. Sending love still.

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  4. I don’t really think there was anything wrong with that post. You were having a human moment. People get jealous. That’s nothing brand new. And those jealous or envious moments can go towards anyone. But I’ve learned that it’s never worth it to engage in that feeling because it doesn’t do anything for me. It may motivate some people or it may do the opposite.

    It’s great that you put it out there instead of harboring those feelings. This space is your outlet.

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  5. I clicked on “Like” not because I like what you’ve said but I like that you actually told us. Hope this makes sense. I mean, thank you for letting us know. But I’m really disappointed to hear that people do this! I mean, why waste your times being horrible to people on the internet. Vee, Sweetheart, you just carry on doing what you do best and ignore the “haters”. We all love you x

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    1. Thank you for this ❤ I was in a pretty awful headspace the other night and I just kind of… freaked out. I'm doing better now. Or, at least, trying!

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    1. Thank you ❤ I will try to remember this now. I was just… I had a bit of a panic attack the other night, and I had a lot of comments in my inbox that never made it out because I deleted the post, so I just… yeah I freaked out. I just needed to do it to keep myself okay. Normally things like that roll off my back, but I was in such a bad place the other night, I really shouldn't have been posting at all.

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  6. Sorry you felt you needed to delete your last post. I didn’t get a chance to read it. I haven’t been on here as much as I would like. I hope you are having a better day. Ignore those rude people. Speak what you feel you want to speak. You don’t have to respond to mean comments and you can delete them. This is your blog you get to decide.

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    1. You’re absolutely right.
      I was just in mid-panic attack the other night and I couldn’t deal with the comments flooding in because I’d said something that’s apparently tumultuous.

      I’m learning there are some times I perhaps shouldn’t be posting because if I am that sad, I shouldn’t be online. I should still say all the things I want to, you’re absolutely right there, I just need to schedule it better so I post them at a time when I can deal with any responses I might get!

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      1. This makes so much sense. I agree 100% I struggle with this too. Even just in general life. When we are upset and start writing it feels good but maybe we should postpone to send that text or publish a post. ❤️

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  7. V, writing what you are feeling is acceptable. It is a part of working through depression, etc.,
    At least that is what I learned from group sessions when I was in treatment.
    How you are able to write about your emotions is what makes you so unique!
    Keep being that person, that is why I like you so much!!

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  8. It’s unfortunate that people feel the need to trash you for speaking your truth. Shame on them. Don’t let them censor you – you are entitled to your feelings – especially in your own “house”/blog!

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  9. I like reading your personal truths…sometimes I also vomit up stuff I rather regret on my blog, it is human nature to have these vulnerable moments or moments when we are not being charitable or kind…I say fuck it…do your thing hun and be proud x

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    1. I don’t regret saying it, I wast just in a bad headspace in which I couldn’t deal with the things people were saying afterwards. Normally if people send me judgmental comments, it just rolls off my back. But that night I was in panic attack mode and I just didn’t want to deal.

      Thanks for the advice though – trying to be proud of this space, so I appreciate your supper ❤

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