I guess I'm just weird. ("Well, duh," you're thinking.) But it seems that I am fighting a lot of battles on Facebook, battles which have no victor, no matter who gets the last word. Whether it was religion, politics, mommy-decisions, health, or just daily observations, it seemed that whatever I posted, someone would usually respond negatively, either in a comment or message. (I want to know: Where are these repeat-challengers when I try to find sponsors for a child in need? Hmm...)
And that's okay. I mean, I posted it, so if I didn't want a discussion, well... I shouldn't have posted it. But I couldn't let things drop, so I would get all worked up, and things would go on and on, and when that battle was over, there would be another waiting just a short scroll down my Newsfeed.
It's just not worth it.
It was draining me, pulling me down. Were some of these discussions worth having? Sure. Does that mean that it's the best thing for me to continue having them? Maybe not right now. I am just so tired of having my every decision and opinion and viewpoint challenged by someone somewhere for some reason. So tired. Not as in "annoyed," but as in literally "exhausted." I want to be able to relax and not constantly be on the defense for everything I believe in.
So I'm taking a breather. I'm trying to figure out how to temporarily delete my account for at least the rest of the month. First my Droid, now Facebook... I guess I really am a (weird) hippie. ;)
If you need me, you know where to find me!
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