Dear lovers, I am very briefly going to acknowledge a cruel violation of privacy I experienced last week. I would prefer to say nothing at all as I am well aware that attention is what this person wants, but feel the need to make one post about it. Last week someone felt the need to attempt to destroy my account. They locked me out deleted all my content and then proceeded to post content gloating of how easy it was to hack my account. Now I'm kind of hoping that this person may see this post and learn something.
Having a blog is such a amazing outlet for me, I use it as a file. I store my anxiety, thoughts, celebrations and everything in between on here and I didn’t realise till it happened how horrible it would feel for that to be taken from me.
The people behind these keyboards come here as an outlet, for a second did you consider maybe you were destroying something that keeps many of us going? Do you truly believe it was worth destroying something someone has been creating for years? Did you consider that you doing that could have pushed someone to a very cruel end?
Actions have consequences.
In many ways I felt sorry that you felt the need to spend the time to hack my account .. even going as far as to attempt to charge me for purchases well over $400.
I hope you read this, I hope you learn from this. You left me in tears, begging for my diary back, begging for something that means so much to me not to be taken. I am grateful in a way you decided on me... I’m strong enough to scream and shout and to fight back. Some people are not.
The next time you go to destroy something that is not yours and is very much a legal offence consider how you would feel if it was done to you. If I were to enter your house without you there. If I was to take the things that mean the most…. I’m guessing quite likely a computer. If I was to stand there while you begged for them back. How would you feel?
I’ll leave not only you but everyone with some parting words that we all learnt as 3 year olds.
“Treat others the way you wish to be treated”
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