The main thing I hear about my writing is that it feels very personal. That’s because it is. Among other things, I very often write about how I feel towards a certain someone, what they bring out in me and how I remember them if they are no longer in my life. If you happen to be one of these people (hey, thanks for stopping by and checking up on me – again), know that what you read may not actually be 100% accurate according to how you remember things. Everyone has their own vision, and that’s fine. You may not be entirely pleased by my words, either. I can’t help you there. Again, it’s my very own and very personal point of view.
However, keep this in mind: I am never going to apologize for what I write about. Ever. It’s my way of expressing myself and letting it all out, so that’s a no from me. That’d be like apologizing for what I feel, which I have never done and will never do. I don’t write about things that don’t really affect me, so if I choose to portray you in a way that you don’t particularly like, you probably had it coming.
You are, of course, allowed to dislike it or even being upset about it. That’s okay and it’s completely normal – people do hate to hear the truth, after all. If you really, really, really want to let me know (via e-mail, text message, carrier pigeon, smoke signals), that’s fine by me, too. I’ll probably read your complaint and then tell you to shove it up where it came from, but! Beside the point! Just don’t be childish about it. Consider this a warning. It will happen, and if you don’t like it, you’re free to go.
As the famous American professor Taylor Swift-stein once said, and I quote, “You should’ve known.” (Speak Now booklet, 2010. You’re welcome.)