A few weeks ago, I posted about a privacy issue I've had over the last several months since discovering that a person who is not a friend to me or my husband has found my blog. Sadly, she has attempted on more than one occasion to use its content to create trouble between me and my stepchildren. I'm happy to say she has NOT been successful.
Now I've found out that someone who lives in her town and knows who she is was doing an innocent cyber search regarding menopause and happened to find my blog. After looking around at a few of my older posts, she recognized our dysfunctional family. She contacted a mutual friend of ours who confirmed that Menopausal New Mom is written by me.
So here is the question I have for all of you.
When I write my stories and make the odd backhanded remark about this person who has been
I have to admit the bitch in me enjoys getting in a dig at someone who tries to create trouble within my family based on information in my blog that really shouldn't interest her.
The other side of me knows the remarks are likely hurtful and not necessary and don't add any value to the content of my posts.
So out of respect for my stepchildren who should not have to listen to the bitching and complaining about my blog and its content, I will no longer be referring to this
What do you think? When does blogging cross the line and become cyber bullying?