WHEN THERE'S NO ONE

​I guess today is my time to vent; I did it in my previous post; click here  to check it out. Here’s another one. This is just me venting; more like writing to myself. Having friends who don’t support you is really not a big deal. But when your family don’t support you, that’s the worse. Most of my friends and a lot of people I know have no idea that I blog; I blog in secret. In my family, only my twin and my two younger sister’s know about my blog; but they barely check it out or even care. Whenever I talk about my achievements, it’s like I’m disturbing them. So sometimes I don’t talk about it.

As most of you know from my other post, my blog app is now available on play store. Click here to download it if you haven’t; don’t forget to rate it and leave a review. I told my youngest sister about it, and I was “play store, where you download your stupid games from.” Her response was “and where I also download stupid apps (all apps I download and the ones I want to download are stupid)” referring to my app. I also told my twin sister and asked her if she had downloaded it. Well, she asked why she should download it; she said she didn’t care about the blog; and that she doesn’t know what they use it for so she won’t download it. They couldn’t even congratulate me to at least make me feel like I achieved something. My other sister was the only one who helped in a way. Its really so disappointing!

So now, if my friends can’t support me, and my family too can’t, who will? If they don’t support me now, do they think I’ll look past everything when things start getting better? I’ve never put my trust in anyone; and after this, even less! I guess the only one who has been by my side is God🙏 the end will justify the means. That’s why I formed this quote “no matter how much you fail, how many sleepless nights you have, and even if no one supports you, don’t give up. It’ll all be worth it in the end.” 

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  1. There are people that you can trust in this world. Close your eyes and ears and open up your heart instead. I know how scary that can be…..but do it. God will send people into your life who care and will support you. They will rejoice when good things happen and quietly grieve when the bad stuff occurs. And, seriously just how COOL is it that you created an APP???? Do you KNOW how smart you are to do that? my lord…I WISH I was that intelligent and creative. The world is just waiting for you to blossom.

  2. You can’t force anyone to appreciate what you do. The harder you try, the more hurt and frustrated you will feel. You concentrate on growing your audience. Sooner or later they will check out your blog. I used to feel the same way but I decided to move on. After all, I didn’t start writing because of them. Find the support from other bloggers and you will be fine.

  3. You must know your worth!! And I’m glad you do!! You have a long way to go Enigma!!! God bless you!! And you do have your WP family with you!!😊😊😄❤

  4. Always trust in God and like stink said, there will be someone out there who cares. You and I are probably hundreds and thousands of miles away but I care! You just gave me a Best Reader Award which shows that you think I care too! My blog is a secret from the people in my life save for the professors I shamelessly self-promoted to 😂 and my brother because he’s around me so much it’s kind of impossible for him to not know. Stay strong sweetie. You’re going places.

  5. We are all with you dear and we know your worth and achievements and sincerely appreciate them , and one day surely your friends and family will understand it too .Be happy and keep blogging 😊

  6. I’m so sorry you feel this way. I can totally relate. Even if they aren’t proud of you, I am. You’ve reached a level that some other bloggers are still dreaming about and you did it in such a short amount of time. Well done! You deserve to be happy.

  7. Family members, what do they know. Keep blogging and do things you like.There’s a lot people online who do care and that’s all that matters.I doubt any of my followers on social media care about my blog either but it’s not my problem.

  8. Don’t worry ,it happens with most of us.Even I haven’t told any of my friends about my blogs and so neither I am on facebook by the fear of being judged.So there is no point of getting hurt,better don’t give other’s thought a damn.

  9. “But when your family don’t support you, that’s the worse. Most of my friends and a lot of people I know have no idea that I blog; I blog in secret. In my family, only my twin and my two younger sister’s know about my blog; but they barely check it out or even care. Whenever I talk about my achievements, it’s like I’m disturbing them. So sometimes I don’t talk about it.”

    I know exactly how you feel… I experience similar things in my family… most of them dont even know the name of my blog and are least interested in my life… My mom always reads all my posts and make sure she comments and I’m very happy that she does and cares, but apart from her (my cousin sister and uncle) no one really cares… and its not just about blogging….

    But i also know a lot of great people who support me and i also have a lot of WP friends who have inspired and supported me throughout this whole journey…

    You are very talented and you have achieved so much… I love how versatile your posts are and the amount of time and effort you spend on your blog… people who care and matter in your life are going to see what a wonderful human being you are… and even if they dont, just ask them to go to hell because you who how amazing you are… 😉

    (sorry for the long comment 😛 )

  10. There is always someone, some times they are just hard to find. And I’m using the app right now and it’s awesome and so handy! ~Tori xx | dreams-and-schemes.blogspot.ie

  11. I can totally relate with this. When I tell most of my family I’m a writer and blogger, it really means nothif to them but when my brother became a fashion designer, everyone appreciated it. More like they feel its more tangible. I just keep doing what I do without caring for anyone’s approval

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