It’s been a crazy past week you guys! Someone came after me anonymously online, trying to ‘expose me’ as a hypocrite for being a former drug addict who now has conservative views. What’s even worse: they impersonated one of my dearest childhood friends.
Initially I had no idea who was behind this, as I’ve said in past videos I have a lot of (former) friends on the far-left going back decades. Given what this person was saying I knew it was someone I’ve known for many, many years and I knew it WASN’T the person they were pretending to be.
(A check-in with my friend proved that to be the case, side note: that conversation got me back on Instagram so you’re welcome to catch up with me there.)
It was time to channel my queen, Jessica Fletcher. Once I narrowed it down and had a viable suspect, my amazing (and apparently literal) partner in crime stepped in and got this person to back off and life has returned to normal, or whatever semblance of normalcy I try to hold onto.
But it got me thinking: how many times have the people in our lives held our mistakes against us? And more importantly, how many times have we done this to ourselves?
Don’t let your past mistakes stop you from being your best self today!
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