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Thursday, February 02, 2012

There was a blog I followed until today. I won't name it, but there is of course the typical as we all do, I can't do, it's too the pain, this sucks kind of thing. Being truly impressed by how far this individual had come and thinking the mental body issue is more what needs to be dealt with. Wrote a short uplifting comment. I went to the blog today to see my comments were no where to be seen and the blogger had written a diatribe about how people needed to not compliment them when they are saying they need to loose more weight, that there is nothing to look up to and other such hot spewing venom.
I was surprised at how much this bothered me, b/c honestly I pity this person because they have not reached the beautiful fruition of SOUL to match the outside transformation and I thought someone who has SUCH low self esteeem (I am sure they would argue otherwise) needed love and appreciation not a 'yeah you are totally right you suck' answer.
I feel better now talking about it here, and this was a new aquantince here no betrayal or anything like that. Just SO glad I work just as much if not more on my well being and inside person as I am my outside.
No hard feelings but I did stop following the blog, I do not need someone in such a bad head space in my radius.
Just Saying! Hope you are all having a fabulous day!!
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  • DOTTIEJANE1
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  • GERMANIRISHGIRL
    I think some people here are what I call "high maintenance friends"...which I really don't have time for. Just sayin' emoticon
    3424 days ago
  • CODEMAULER
    Everyone's journey is personal, which makes it a bit odd here. That said, we all have to make our own decisions. I've culled more than a few energy vampires and drama magnets from my friend list!
    3425 days ago
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