To look at a sleeping baby, defenseless and pure, and think, ‘How many likes do you think this will get?’ struck us as particularly gross.
Our motto is to “raise brave kids” that are not scared or fearful about the world and that learn to love and impact this world in mighty ways.
We need to engage in open, healthy, civilized online discussions instead of calling the people in question derogatory names to satisfy our own self-righteousness.
I’m over the passive aggressive posts, the calculated captions, and the pictures of every single insignificant moment or memory, just for it to mean something. Just for it to be validated by someone else. Just for the 495 Instagram followers to tap their screen twice then move on.
When it comes to dating we can really let social media get in the way of having a happy relationship.
Don’t let social media be the scale you measure your self-worth on.
Our emotional terrorism leads us to feel like we must have an opinion to showcase that we are aware, that we are thinking about whatever subject matter it is we should be thinking about; that we care.
Let’s be real. We don’t keep our exes on our social media because we’re still besties and everything is peachy keen. If you haven’t deleted them altogether in a fit of rage, you’re keeping them around to keep tabs on them.
Love never wanted to be started and bound and tied down by contracts, engagements, and marriages. It never wished to be ended by pieces of paper called divorces. It didn’t dream about being forced, being unhappy or making sacrifices.
1. Take selfies every day.