Apology.

Yesterday I posted something I thought was interesting, not really thinking over whether it might be offensive or not.  It wasn’t intended to offend anyone, but in retrospect (and after some critical comments) I can understand why people would have been offended, so I decided to remove that post.   It also didn’t have much to do with the content of this blog, so removing it wasn’t a big deal.

Sometimes I write controversial things, but this was different.  Controversial and offensive aren’t the same.   I apologize to anyone who was offended by it.

 

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About luckyotter

Recovering from BPD and C-PTSD due to narcissistic abuse from childhood. Married to a sociopath for 20 years. Proud INFJ, Enneagram type 4w5. Animal lover, music lover, cat mom, unapologetic geek, fan of the absurd, progressive Catholic, mom to 2, mental illness stigma activist, anti-Trumper. #RESISTANCE
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12 Responses to Apology.

  1. You really are wonderful!!!! And I am sorry if I was being too sensitive. Having a sweet grandson with the condition you addressed in that deleted post, may have colored my judgment.

    Anyway, I think everybody posts things that later, in retrospect, maybe wasn’t the best idea. I sure have, believe me! I would give you an example, but it’s too embarrassing.

    I think you are one of the best bloggers out there. 🙂

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  2. Hi, hi, no worries, even though I did not read that post. You are fantastic, fabulous. I love reading you. You are on your spiritual way. I am so excited about how your life is improving…. Keep going on… All the bests, V.

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  3. rubycommenting says:

    Lucky, I know what you mean but if it helps you any you clarified something for me. I had noticed the boys odd mannerisms and thought he might have had ill feelings towards his step-Dad but when you posted what you did it shed light on the fact that I was probably quite wrong, that instead he is suffering with some kind of condition. I realized I had been guilty of making a harsh judgement.

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  4. The best part about this is you having the courage it takes to say you are sorry. Bravo, well done!

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  5. Hm. I didn’t think it was offensive at all. I was offended by the people who have been bullying the poor kid, not by you! It also made me feel an instant sympathy for him. I hadn’t noticed anything “odd” about him, but I hadn’t been paying attention, either.

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    • luckyotter says:

      I think what people might have objected to was the voiceover in the video of random people insulting him. I thought that was tasteless and inappropriate, even though the video in general raised an interesting theory. I took it down because it really didn’t add anything to this blog, and if that many people were offended…well, why leave it up? I don’t like the way people have been making fun of him either.

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  6. I really dont think you would have had any negative intent….we can all be guilty of trying to make sense of things in different ways, but I really appreciate how you responded….we all make mistakes. Its big to realise it may have been off base.

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