Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Now, as many know, the idea of public shaming isn't anything new but with the advent of the internet it has gone to a whole new level. Things that once went down in private settings are now made public and things that one never had to worry about going viral are now being blown so far out of proportion that viral takes on a whole new meaning.
One of the reasons why this book has resonated with me so deeply is that I have to wonder how I would feel if one of my worst moments were taken and made public for the whole world to see. It really made me think. I mean, my children are amazing little people but every once in a while they turn into little terrors who like to create scenes and make life more miserable than it needs to be and sometimes my reaction can be less than stellar. I try my best to stay calm and to not be anything less than a good person while out and about but every once in a while I can say that's not always the case. How would I feel if my worst self came out and someone chose to film it or discuss it on a public forum or go out of their way to shame me? I would be mortified.
I highly recommend this book - even though it really had nothing to do with finances. Check it out. You can get it on Amazon for kindle or in paperback.