Don’t Be An Arsehole!

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I’m not someone who usually blocks people on social media but recently I’ve had to block several people due to stuff they’ve done or said.

Racist, misogynistic, drama-creating nasty people.

I try to live my life in a respectful way, it’s not hard to do yet I see so many people who think that being a bitchy character is something to behold…it’s really not, being a cunt to people online and in reality is such a sad existence and will make you one of those lonely people when you are older, wondering why people keep their distance.

I put myself out there online, I’m super accessible via many forms of communication (Email, Telegram, Twitter, Facebook, etc) I try to respond to everyone (unless you are being horrible) and I try to create things that make people feel better about themselves, I enjoy doing it, it doesn’t make me receive any physical gains, but knowing that something I’ve made/created has helped somebody in some way is such a positive mental boost for me, which I try to focus back on the people who might need it.

Some people might ask why I put others first and try to help people out, it’s because I know how hard it can be to feel like you have no support, and if I can even help 1 person then I’m making a difference and that’s all that matters.

I’m typing this blog post after about 5 glasses of wine, I’m a little tipsy but still very much switched on, it’s just helped my word flow faster I guess.

I’m not saying I’m perfect, I’m far from it, I make mistakes, I made bad judgements and I fuck up sometimes but I will always own my shit if I have done wrong, nothing worse than someone pretending that their own shit doesn’t stink!

I think this blog may have started of as a potential rant about nasty people but I think I steered it in to some form of positivity 🙂

Love, Live, Respect

One Comment

  1. Making a positive ripple in the fabric of spacetime is all we can hope to achieve in one lifetime. I think you make positive things and you’re not one to shy away from an argument either. Don’t allow someone’s sad shadow to block your shine. Just increase brightness and watch as shadows fade away. Harbouring darkness is easy, it’s producing light that requires energy ✨

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