10 Reasons Not to Follow HarsH ReaLiTy

1. Opinionated Man is an egocentric, misogynistic, heartless bastard (literally he is a bastard since he was adopted) that harvests WordPress for followers every day. Anyone that practices such habits is obviously a narcissistic loser who no one should be around.

2. It is well documented that OM is a troll. He has multiple #cyberbully, #bully, and #troll hashtags running about him on Twitter. He blatantly attacks people when they write about his blog and has shown time again that he is unprofessional. He runs a community of thugs that will lash out in his defense when he is not around. He is obviously a leader of some kind of online cult.

3. HarsH ReaLiTy will reblog your post and send you hundreds of views and also new followers. He claims he doesn’t get anything from this, but we all know that is bullshit. Even “IF” he only gets satisfaction from it, that is something and it shows his egocentric side. Anyone that does “good” just to feel good is unchristian. He should kill himself.

4. Don’t we all hate successful blogs? Especially when they share free secrets and don’t allow us to buy an ebook? HarsH ReaLiTy definitely fits the bill and what’s worse is that he won’t even let us buy anything off his website!

5. OM claims that he makes no money off his website, but we all see how nice his clothes are. Look at that fucking polo shirt, I am sure that wasn’t free! He must be making millions off his website and all of us are simply contributing to his piggy bank! Well fuck you OM and fuck your piggy bank too!

6. Troll-followers are the worst and it is even a greater slight when they openly admit to the practice! And people still follow his blog! I just don’t understand this crazy world we live in!

7. OM writes on abortion and feminism and has a penis. Obviously his penis does most of the typing. I think he should take his misogynistic ideals and his equally misogynistic penis and jump off a bridge. The guy would probably enjoy that though…

8. HarsH ReaLiTy has almost 50,000 subscribers and has only been around for two years. Obviously some tom foolery is going on. I believe the rumors… OM works for WordPress and simply blogs to make us all feel pathetic. What a dick.

9. Opinionated Man admits to being adopted and left on a street. He regularly lashes out in rants at his birth mother. Anyone that does that and is a parent themselves is probably a horrible father.

10. He won’t reblog my post so I stopped visiting his website.

Note: As humorous as some of these sound most of them are pieced together from actual comments about my blog. It is amazing the stroke of self-esteem you receive when you literally read hundreds of comments bashing your website. It makes you wonder why you blog sometimes.


Memories lost

They will remember a shadow when you are gone. A shade of dust and light. Colored by their imagination, they will picture you as they wish. As they need to. I shatter a dream to realize reality, the reality that dreams do not exist. Reality sits like half empty cups of vodka. Forgotten for a moment, in the moment it takes to contemplate loss. Do we watch hope walk out the door only to sigh at the realization she was never ours. Simply another man’s mistress. How sweet the song is when sung through whiskey breath. I sing it now as I close my eyes to slowly die. A whisper in the night.


You Can’t Help Them All

I have to remind myself sometimes that I can’t help them all. I don’t see myself as some Joel Osteen and I never want to be. I see people struggling though, trying to figure it all out… and it sticks with me. I may not react that day, but sometimes weeks later I’ll revisit their blog and share one of their posts. No I am not the Korean Santa Claus, I just think it takes such little effort sometimes to help people and why not do it? Why not? Everyone is so focused on their dreams and goals and I am no exception to that. That is why I browse a lot of new blogs every week, to inspire myself and remind me why I love to blog. I am reminded every time I see a new blogger happy with their first post, their first follow, or their first view.

“You can’t help them all.” I can’t help them all; I just don’t have the time or energy. And so I help when and where I can because I remember when I first started last year and the large bloggers wouldn’t give me the time of day. They wouldn’t answer questions or emails and treated me like another peon. No one wants to feel that way, myself included. I treat other bloggers as equals because that is what we are. We are all here pouring our hearts out through our medians and that is blogging. That is why we do it.

Motivation and inspiration are so easy to give. It can come in the form of a random comment or visit to a person’s blog, a kind word of encouragement to someone that is struggling, or just simply recognizing the existence of a person. As much as I network and push my blog, I recognize that the people I push it to ARE real people. That is a difference in outlook by choice and why I don’t refer to those that visit my website as “fans.” You never know who you might be helping even when you don’t actively try. You can’t help them all, but you can easily help someone.

Who will you help today?


One Day Left

Opinionated Man:

I wish you the best with your novel! I hope some people check it out! -OM
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Read The Willow BranchMy Thunderclap campaign for The Willow Branch has just one day left. On November 25, if I have 100 supporters, a message will go out to through Facebook, Twitter and other social media all at one time. I have 21 supporters so far and a potential social media engagement of over 25,000.

If you haven’t already done so, help a novel out by following the link and lending your social media voice.


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Write Without Fear

Some days I post and I can watch my subscriber number fall like a dying human’s heartbeat. It would actually be alarming to a lot of other bloggers, but for me it is business as usual. I do not “write for offense,” I simply write without fear.

The world wants obedient humans living on it. Society wants subservient robots working in it. Blogs are our voice to the world that we are not all alike. We are not labels, we are not “groups,” we are not races, we are in fact people with daily lives and growing opinions. When we write without fear and share our thoughts with the world we practice a form of liberty that should be celebrated daily. That should never be lost.

You may have read some blog posts or articles on how “blogging gives journalism” a bad name due to the unprofessionalism of most bloggers. Here is what many journalists don’t get, bloggers don’t write to be professional. We write to share and to show we care and that process does not require the technical stages that journalism does. Should we still strive to put out good material? Absolutely, but a personal opinion should never be silenced in the blogosphere for failing to meet the technical requirements of others. We are not all professional writers here, but we still write.

I post about things I care about. I harp on subjects that really interest me just like anyone else. That is what makes a blog authentic and your readers will know whether or not you truly mean your words in most cases. Speak plainly and loudly without fear or shame of your opinions. They are what make us individuals.


CHUFFED!! Stats ☺

Opinionated Man:

Great numbers and congrats on your blogging progress! It is always nice to see bloggers excited about blogging! Well done! -OM
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Over 1,200 Views and 67 Followers since I created my blog 11 days ago. #GRATEFUL #MOVED #DELIGHTED #MISTY-EYED #WIDESMILINGHEART

Abundant joy for all the sensational souls I’ve been introduced to and am engaging in loving, positive conversation with here on WordPress and for the visitors, my friends and family, and the many new friendships made in Twitterland.

This IS my WHY for being here. Nothing else matters, bottom line.

You have bolstered my confidence, served greatly in the recovery process of my Mental Health…inspired deeper self-love, integrity, creativity and compassion.

A debt of gratitude to you all for your support and for sharing your magnificent spirit with me.

Peace, love & light,

PS Named after my Nan DeGruchy, her beloved called her Jewel which began a tradition for others that lasted her lifetime. I steal it from time to time ;)

Jewel & Phil DeGruchy ?


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