Category: What Social Media Should Be About

  • Social Media Shouldn’t Be About My Self-Pity

    Anyone who suffers from confidence issues, or low self-esteem like I do [1] knows what a pity-party is, but allow me to enlighten those of you who are unaware. A pity party is when someone responds to something they are struggling with (a bad day) in a very dramatic fashion so others pay attention to […]

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  • Social Media Shouldn’t Be About My Love Tank

    “Inside every child is an emotional tank waiting to be filled with love. When a child really feels loved, he will develop normally but when the love tank is empty, the child will misbehave. Much of the misbehavior of children is motivated by the cravings of an empty ’love tank” (Gary Champan) I believe that […]

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  • Social Media Shouldn’t Be About My Stories

    At a young age I learned that God had created me to be an entertainer, or someone who loved to perform in front of crowds [1]. Experiences like that taught me a lesson I have never forgotten…people love to be entertained. Over the years my method of entertainment changed from class-clown to story-telling or public […]

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  • Why Social Media Shouldn’t Be About Me

    As a self-professed lover of technology using websites like Facebook, twitter, and Instagram to communicate with others is a big part of my life.  However this year I’m committing myself to having a very different online presence. My posts this year will focus on teaching others how to deal with life’s challenges (like my fitness […]

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