To the miserable man that keeps emailing me and trolling my blog:
If you have enough of a guilty conscience that you feel the need to repeatedly comment and email me about why I’m wrong and how I would never understand then maybe the problem isn’t with my opinion. Maybe the problem is dealing with your own guilt.
I write about things that I’m working out in my own head, not to call anybody out on their behaviour – except maybe the man I wrote about, who doesn’t read my blog anyway.
I blog because I enjoy it and you’re really starting to take all of the fun out of it. Comments like yours are exactly the reason I moderate. I don’t do it to refrain from posting opinions that disagree with my own – I do it so that comments like yours, that are extremely distasteful, rude and a little violent, do not have to be posted and the general public doesn’t have to be subjected to them.
Call me a bad person, a bad mother and all the nasty names you can think of – I don’t care.
Being a single parent doesn’t make me a bad person, or a bad parent.
You don’t know much about me and I know that you don’t read my blog since you keep referring to my “divorce.”
If I think that cheating on your spouse, or your significant other, is a big “fuck you” to them and your relationship – that is my opinion to have.
If you want to voice your disagreement with me, do so on your own platform – not mine.
I never once said that cheating on someone made you a bad person.
There are a lot of reasons and circumstances under which it happens.
To quote my last post:
I know people who have had them, I’ve unknowingly been a part of them, and I understand why they happen.
I genuinely hope I’m not offending anyone, but it doesn’t change my opinion.
I stand by that.
It is not my job to clear your guilty conscience and make you feel better about the life decisions you make that I disagree with.
As far as I know, I don’t even know you.
So get over it, and get on with your life.