(Ssssssiiiiggghhhhhh)

WordPress isn’t Facebook. It’s not meant for whiny bitchy posts about how much I feel crappy sometimes. You guys have your own troubles, and you don’t need additional negativity to add to your burden.

Truth be told; though, I don’t have close friends. I don’t have many friends. I don’t use Facebook but to brag about the growth and success of my girls.

I’m here, writing, or mentally mastering my next greatest blog post. When I’m not here actually writing, I’m usually on Pinterest and/or Instagram working on publicity and hoping to find inspiration.

For an INFJ, that’s exhausting. I think more than most people. That’s also my downfall. My lack of friends makes me extra attentive to my boyfriend. God, I admire that man. He’s unbelievably patient with me! He’s so tolerant of me lol.

So here I am, Monday about 4… not wanting negativity and not feeling today. I’m warping my brain with a bing on Sons of Anarchy…. and I’m going to indulge myself in Buffalo Chicken Dip…

Until I’m creatively AND physically constipated 😂😂

Happy freakin monday

Cream cheese, chicken, ranch dressing, frank sauce and entirely too much cheese

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10 thoughts on “(Ssssssiiiiggghhhhhh)”

  1. I’m an INFJ too! *waves*I think it’s fine to rant on WordPress as long as you are writing something productive at the same time. Heck, even just writing about what you do when you are feeling sorry for yourself. I’m actually the opposite in that regard, I hate writing ranty things on Facebook. Mainly because a) I don’t think most people ‘get it’. I have tried a couple of times (Those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” — Bernard Baruch) B) I find that a lot more people on WordPress are going through the same things I am…Then again I guess it also comes down to personal experience as well!

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    1. I agree with you about the difference in the audience of FB & WP! I also agree that “feeling productive” is my underlining purpose when I write anything. Maybe I’ll send ya my number 🙂 INFJS can usually relate greatly to one another.
      That quote’s always been one of my favorites 🙂

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