Honesty and the Emotion Post EP

As I have said before I fully intend this blog to be honest.  I do not mean to cover up the bad times, in fact one of the main purposes of this blog is to give me an outlet.

Anyone who read last nights post or my post the other day will probably have got a taste of this.  I will not pretend it is always pleasant.  However to write a blog with anything less than this level of honesty is as pointless.

I do understand though if people do not wish to read such emotional posts.  So from now on I will prefix “intense” posts with EP so that you, the reader, may choose their level of involvement.

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About jeromepink

I am slightly taller than average, have brown hair, enjoy rock climbing, and got told I would be dead within 5 years in 2010. I have chosen to disregard this :P
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4 Responses to Honesty and the Emotion Post EP

  1. Sabdha says:

    A bit of emo processing never put me off (and all you Pinks are very dear to my heart), so I will read every last beautifully written word, even when it gets hard. It can be difficult to know what to say in response though, so sorry I don’t always comment.

    • jeromepink says:

      lol, I do not envy those who have to read this blog and try and work out when it is appropriate to comment or not. That you for you lovely words, they mean a lot to me. When it comes to commenting don’t feel that comments are ever unwelcome, but I understand that they are hard to formulate without sounding “charitable”. Just comment whenever you feel you have something to add or ask and I will always get back, otherwise just knowing that you read it occasionally is great.
      J

  2. Ashlin says:

    Wow it is hard to begin formulating a response! I just began reading this because I heard you’d been blogging about food but it is so much more than that, especially the ‘EP’s. I think they have finally made me acknowledge that it is time for me to start the mental process of dealing with the chronic fatigue relapse, with all the insightful and painful moments it will involve, and I really thank you for that.

    Also just FYI – and this is in no way charitable or an exaggeration – I think your writing has a style, expressiveness and honesty that I and others I studied writing with at uni may never achieve. I, like Sabdha, will read every word.

    • jeromepink says:

      Thanks Ashline,
      That is very kind. It is always nice to hear you do something well, and when I am writing about stuff so personal to me it is especially good 😛 I’m glad you think that the blog has helped. Remember I am always happy to share any information I have with you, although I can not guarantee that it will be helpful. Looking forward to tomorrow night,
      Love
      J

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