“Sorry For Your Lost” And Other Social Media Posts To Not Bring Into 2021

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Humble Bragging

We all go through high notes and struggles in life, so unless you’re dealing with actual trolls, people want to see stories of success and blessings. A decent person, no matter how well we know you in “real life,” will gain some joy in seeing someone succeed. Even a jealous person can have a brief moment of happiness in witnessing a blessing.

With this in mind, I do need you to stop beating around the bush when you finally get what you’ve been wanting. We all know you don’t need to take a wide panoramic photo that just so happens to include a full view of your new spa bathroom to tell us how much you like the new bubble bath you’re trying out or how far you’ve come.

You are allowed to be happy about things like this, so how about just posting a full photo with a caption about how you finally got your dream bathroom and that you want to share your excitement with us?

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