I admit to being critical of other people's social media posts. I'm also quite sure people have negative thoughts about my social media posts and find them annoying.
Earlier this week, a man named Rick Hanson posted this on his facebook page.
"To the pregnant women👶 on social media📱 posting constant updates and belly pictures💚 We love seeing how excited you are to become a mommy.😘👶🏼👶🏼👶🏼👶🏼
To the women👸 📸📸📸posting "selfies", thanks for letting young girls know that it's okay to love yourself and to feel beautiful!😘💋
To the fitness lovers posting your own pictures in whatever you have on!! Good for you!! Makes me happy to see people happy for things they have accomplished with their body!! It's hard friggin work! 🙌🏼💪🏽👍🏼🏋🏼 in fact come whip me in shape 😂😂
👉To the mom posting a million pictures of her kids (2 or 4 legged)👭👬🐕🐈 it makes my heart❤ so happy to see parents👪 so proud of and loving their babies! 💚
To the married couple💑 constantly posting "sappy love posts"💋 thank you for being a reminder to the next generation that all hope isn't lost and happy marriages most definitely DO exist. 💜
👉To the business owners👑💰 who constantly post about their businesses keep going!💃 Your strong will and passion for what you do is astounding!👣👣 Even in the midst of all the negative remarks you keep on going for yourself and family! 💎😎👸🏽👸🏽👸🏽👸🏽💵💵💵
👉Let's stop being annoyed by everything and start lifting each other up!💯☝🏻"
I agree with Rick. Instead of being critics, let's all channel our inner cheerleader. Think how much more productive our world would be, and think about how much more confidence people would have in themselves.