I’m not going to lie, I, like many others have been struggling with blogging this year.
I have a few theories on why I’m finding blogging so tough. I always think “Why can’t I do this? Am I the only one?” but Twitter has opened my eyes to a lot of bloggers in the same predicament as me.
I’m trying to get back into blogging, but there’s this barrier blocking me from doing it to the extent that I want to.
Social media, in general, is getting harder these days and I suspect it has a lot to do with why blogging is getting increasingly more unpopular.
As I watched a scene of horror, a massacre, an act of mercy carried out by the character I had filled the shoes of for many days, a lump formed in my throat.
The emotions raised in me were unusual. You see, this was a video game. The killing was something
common, in fact in that day alone, I had probably carried out many virtual acts of atrocity.
You’d be lying if you said you don’t ever experience those uncomfortable, bad feelings.
In particular, I mean those ones you struggle to even admit to yourself; jealousy, rage, maybe even sadness. The fact of the matter is, these feelings can sometimes seep into the things we do, and when this happens we need to put them in check.