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Posted on April 26, by Colleen I originally had a different topic for this week. I had actually come across the topic a while ago and written most of it back in February. Given some events that have gone down this week, I decided to share this experience instead and save the original one for next 642 things to write about answers.
Have a good weekend. I remember owning that mantra and wearing it proudly growing up. We all care what people think to some extent, but when it came to whether or not people liked me, I was going to just be me and and that was that.
Life was, for once, going really well. I had traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina in late October to visit Jay and spend time with his family for the first time since briefly meeting them at San Diego Comic-Con that year.
I was so nervous. So nervous, yet so excited. We had a great time recording it and were all pleased with the final product. The comments started coming in on the episode thread: My flaws were pointed out over and over again. I guess people did not like me, my laugh, or the fact that I teased Jay.
Jack sent me a message to apologize and reassure me that I had done nothing wrong.
Jay listened to me cry for days. I wanted to say something; I wrote two blog posts at the time to express how I was feeling, but Jay made me promise to keep my mouth shut.
Were they trying to troll me in order to get a response? Those comments changed something in me. After all, I read gossip blogs and take pleasure in the snark they bring. This experience changed something in me.
First of all, it destroyed my newly rebuilt self-esteem.
I had come a long way since then and suddenly, I was back down at the bottom. I had anxiety before MetroBuzz would come out because I was constantly worried that the same people would come after me over there.
Podcasting was never quite as fun for me as it was before October 29, But, like you have to do, I got over it and put it behind me.
Two years later, when Jay and Jack experimented with nuDia. After the first episode was released, I was again met with a lot of criticism.
I never improved the way I know that I could have because I could never overcome my anxiety at how badly someone would rate the latest episode. I had fun writing NuNews and rehearsing it with Clif, but once the red light went on, I immediately tensed up.
I was SO disappointed in myself. Despite my experiences, I do not feel that I was bullied nor slandered. We can say whatever we want and never once think about the effect it has on the person reading or listening.
On the other hand, we can lose our tempers and do something stupid while not thinking about when or how it will come back to haunt us. The moral of the story, boys and girls?The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these things to connect, collect and exchange data..
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