I have a small quandary with which you may be able to help.
Whether you are a blogger or not,
whether you comment on blogs,
on this blog,
You have an opinion and a voice,
and personal experience fueling that opinion and voice,
and I need it right now because the quandary is connected to voices and censorship and such,
and I love feedback
The other day I received a comment on one of my posts – Insensitivity Training – Learning From Narcissists
It’s a fairly old and obscure post,
compared to some of the others I’ve written,
about one of many perspectives I play with when trying to figure out this and that about NPD,
and how those who have it have affected me.
I like to try things out, experiment.
I explore options and tangents and ideas… that’s what I do.
The more I do that, the more I sort things out, figure things out…
sometimes because I realise I’m on to something,
and sometimes because I realise I am wronger than wrong and need to rethink my strategy,
and many other variations on a theme.
I question myself,
I question others,
I can be… a bit blunt… a bit abrupt…
a bit of a pain in the ass when I have a bee in my bonnet.
Mars in Scorpio, I blame you! (kidding, sort of, not really)
Usually after writing a post what I’ve really figured out is what is going on within myself.
Here and now, and there and then.
Or something like that.
That’s why I write,
“I stumbled upon this blog. Could you tell me who you are and how I can reach you? Have you written any books? Are you a professional counselor? Do you offer office visits?”
“I can be reached via the comments on my blog – I don’t have an email connected to my blog at this time. I haven’t written any books. I am not a professional counselor, so no office and no visits or anything else which professional counselors do. I’m just a regular person with a personal blog wherein I share my thoughts and experiences and my attempts at figuring things out in the posts on my blog. That is all.