But if you're a blogger, you blog because you want to connect with people. Otherwise, you'd be jotting everything down in a paper journal rather than, well, publishing it! It's a given that you'd want a certain amount of honesty about yourself (if you've a lifestyle blog that deals with your life, that is).
Catholicism is awesome}. And I make no apologies.))
It's hard to navigate the treacherous ocean that is the net. I'm silent about a lot of things that may leave readers puzzled, to respect my family's privacy. I want to be honest and open, but I also want to maintain a certain degree of that privacy. It's not an easy balance to strike, and I'm still waffling my way about it.
What do you think? If you're a blogger (or even just on Facebook or Instagram), how do you choose how much to share and what to keep private? If you're a reader, at what point do you feel that a blogger or journalist loses authenticity? And how do we honor and protect our children throughout?