Aren’t you afraid?

Some people have asked me if I’m not afraid people will read my blog and feel offended in any way.

The answer is no.

I’m no longer afraid what people think about my blog. It’s my blog. Those who don’t like what they read will know how to find their way to the X-shaped button in the upper right corner.

Besides, responses have been overwhelmingly positive. In fact, those who may think negative things have kept their mouths shut.

Nope. Not afraid.

Should I be? Did I commit any no-go blog fails that I missed in blogging 101? I tend to think, for instance, that my angry posts are better… More unfiltered. More real? How much filter should be applied?

Share with me in the comments!

Published by Robin Heinen

Father of two | Husband | Entomologist and Ecologist | Postdoctoral Researcher @ TUM | Traveler | Coffee Addict

2 thoughts on “Aren’t you afraid?

  1. I really like the posts in which you share personal stuff. There is so much small talk going on everywhere. Probably your “angry” posts are being more read, because they include more personal feelings and thoughts than a post about flowers or similar stuff.
    Thanks for sharing your blog and being real;)

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    1. Thanks Samiya, for your nice comment. I sometimes wonder if I share too much, or too little. No matter how much I share, I always hold back still. There’s still a filter applied, which is probably the reason why I’m not that bworried about offending others.

      Honestly, there’s no pattern in what makes posts well-read. It seems entirely a luck of the draw, depending on whether people happen to be online while posting, and whether others retweet, or share in any other form.


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