In this day and age, it’s easy to get caught up in “likes” and “un-likes” on social media.
Here’s the thing. Your self-worth isn’t determined by whether someone likes you or not.
It’s like Junior High.
“So-and-so likes me.” Or… “I don’t think so-and-so likes me.”
Does it matter?
Whose approval are you going for? Those who truly love you, or some like-likers, like-unlikers, like, un-like, but like again-ers? Oh, my! It’s enough to make one’s head spin.
Yes, once you make your name public, whether you’re an author, actor, singer, musician, WHATEVER, you make yourself a target of Like or Un-Likers.
People are fickle. They like you until…
They find you’re not like them, politically.
They find you’re not like them, religiously.
They find you’re not like them… um… Italian-ly, Irish-ly, Black-ly, White-ly, I-like-big-dogs VS small-dogs-ly, or cat VS dog-ly.
Take a deep breath.
It’s “social” media, folks.
Which, may or not, by definition, be SOCIAL at all.