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  1. K.M. Sutton says

    LOVE this post! Last year I ran into cyber bullying, (from someone I know) and I admit I was in denial about even labelling it, until I opened up to several friends. It is crazy to me that some people never leave high school, and that adults who should know the best treat humans this way. It is so sad. Thanks for sharing this sweets! <3

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you!! I think cyber bullying in adulthood just shows that some people grow up without the skills to handle their issues. It’s simply taking it out on someone else. I hope the bullying didn’t get to you. xx

  2. thelonelyauthorblog says

    Laura, I am a person who blogs and preaches love on my blog. You wouldn’t believe the amount of hateful comments I receive. I remain positive. I don’t understand the motive of why people do this, but I do realize it is easy to hide behind a keyboard and computer monitor.
    I have reached the point of thinking, “it is what it is.” And I leave it at that,

    Have a wonderful week.

    • LauraJ says

      I think you probably receive some negative comments because of how positive you are. Some people don’t like to see others happy – they get a boost from affecting others. I’m glad you leave it at that and let the ‘haters’ get on with it. I bet in person they would act completely differently and probably not as confident. Thank you for receiving and I hope you have a wonderful week as well 🙂

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you! I don’t think bullying ever goes away or stops – perhaps it gets better after high school. But adults have more secretive tatics which masks what they are doing and that makes it hard to distinguish. It is sad that technology grants bullies better access and more ability. Thank you for reading! 🙂