Tuesday, May 11, 2010

TMI?

So, I have been thinking a lot lately. There are a lot of things I don't post on this blog (personal things.) Things about me, what my family is going through right now, to what life is like to be me. Because I'm different then most people. This is something I would talk about in the blog is how I'm different.

I have been thinking about slowly starting to share these things on this blog. Because they could help other people. However, I worry about sharing too much. I don't want to say something that might hurt someone close to me but I feel like this could be a good way for me to heal.

What should I do????? Should I share all of this information with people and my feelings on it and get really personal???? Or no? Do people not really WANT to know what's going on.

I need advice.

Leave a comment and let me know.

PS
Stay tuned. This blog could getting pretty intense here pretty soon.


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7 comments:

Stefanie said...

Don't share EVERYTHING, but some things could be helpful to others! :) hope this helps! You're wonderful Candy! Love ya girl!

Ryusabakyu said...

Share what you feel would allow you to heal without discriminating others.

Sierra said...

I think there is a fine line between sharing some experiences and sharing too much. Instead of going into detail about a personal trial, talk more about what you LEARNED from it. People like to hear inspiring stories, even hard stories, because they feel like they can relate. But don't get too personal. That is uncomfortable for everyone.

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Lindy said...

I think you should share what you're comfortable with. This is your blog and it's your life. If it can be healing than I say do it. Who knows? Maybe others have been through what you've gone through and help you as well.

Lauren Evans said...

all I have to say is SOUNDS JUICY...and I am waiting for a phone call!

onehotma! said...

share your feelings but remember, you are only giving one side and not allowing the other person equal time to tell their side so be fair in what you disclose.