Every once in a while I get down, thinking about the lack of support I receive from the people whose opinion I value the most, but this posting says it right! You can’t let lack of support stop you, life is full of rejection but only you can decide what is worth it to you! Living your dream is up to you! Make it happen and prove those naysayers wrong!
Excuse me if this post gets a little rant-ish. Maybe you’ll relate to this, maybe you won’t. Maybe your family and friends are your personal cheerleaders. Or maybe your family told you to stop playing with your imaginary friends and get a job. Or maybe your family is like mine and happily supported you back when everyone thought you’d make it big, land a million-dollar publishing contract, and get a movie deal, but fell out of love with your writing once they realized that wasn’t going to happen.
Lack of support. This is a very painful topic, but it’s one I think it’s important to discuss. Writing is largely a solitary endeavor, often undertaken by introverts. But even though we’re introverts and we’ve decided to travel the often lonely path of the writer, we’re still human beings. We crave love, acceptance, and acknowledgement. We crave community, and who better to…
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Thank you so much for reblogging my post. I’m glad you found some hope in it. We have to follow our dreams no matter what.