Posted on August 5, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged honesty, hurting others, saying too much, writing. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
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My friend, it would be truly sad if you stopped sharing your life in your blog !! I am sure whomever you hurt will forgive you as that was never your intention !! Your to kind and good to ever intentionally hurt someone !! Please think about continuing because you are talented and should not have to filter your writing!!
Thank you Sharon. x
I agree with Sharon. This person knows you and will forgive and understand that you meant no harm.
Your concerns seem to be common among writers. I was reminded of Stephen King’s advice: “If you intend to write as truthfully as you can, your days as a member of polite society are numbered.” Of course, writing truthfully is the best way to write. He went on to explain that he used to be ashamed of his writing and that people accused him of being bigoted and homophobic, and so forth. He eventually decided to stop worrying about it. I’m sure he never intends to hurt or offend any readers. That’s probably the best any writer can do.
wow. just …wow. thank you for giving me that. what can I give you? that was freaking amazing, and you did so much for me right now.
I’m so glad and you are most welcome! You’ve already given me your blog :).
You have made a difference in my future choices. Than you honey.
I’m happy to know this! You’ve made my day :).
But wait .. You made MY day lol