Full House (16-05-2016)
I'm not saying I'm a fan of VP (I actually feel rude talking about her in the third person) I called her a "horrible, horrible person" a few weeks back (and I stand by that) but what does it achieve? VP will never back down - she's like Marty Mcfly being called a chicken - you quote her and she'll fight to the death.
Sorry, I'm rambling.
(And sorry for talking about you like you're not here VP).
I have often wondered (and I am saying this with respect and genuine curiosity) what it feels like for you Vicpark to have this platform, being on this forum where, 9 times out of 10 you are the single person defending your opinions to basically hoards of people here. Not just in this thread. Always. It makes me wonder, which is why I asked, isn't that exhausting? Do you have people in your life who you relay everything to, ie your hubby? I cannot imagine it would feel too great having an all day battle, to invest all of your energy for days on end on something like a bubhub thread to then just quietly go about your regular life without going over it with someone... It would crush me. I'm someone who I guess you could say is rather sensitive, not my best trait, so mixing that with my anxiety and I'd be going out of my mind if I were you! I'd NEED someone, anyone, to discuss it with, have in my corner.
Anyway, I hope this makes sense. I wasn't asking personal questions on this, a public forum to attack or belittle VP.
I'm not saying anything right tonight.
Just ignore me.
I didn't ask how she relates to her husband though, I asked if he is aware of her online persona and if she finds being in the battlefield all day long online mentally exhausting; and how her hubby felt about it all.
I guess it is quite a personal question, but I didn't mean it to offend. Wasn't my intention... Although I guess it's quite poignant in highlighting how bringing a person's life outside of the hub up in a forum can cause distress and offense.
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