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This post has been edited to kill some of my drama queenliness.
I’ve been really depressed for a while now. I work anywhere from 10 to 18 hours a day helping to publish everyone else’s dream while at the same time trying my best to put out the next page of The Heavenly Bride. My health has seriously declined because of this. And the whole time I’ve been thinking:
Maybe someone will like this page. Maybe someone will comment on this charm idea. Maybe I can finally earn enough to pay the taxes. Maybe someone will at least say something.
What I’ve been getting instead is a mix. There are people who are supportive and let me know they’re there on occasion. When I’m just too stressed out, that is drowned out by the large amounts of people who feel I should give everything away for free while at the same time treating my hard work as worthless. Finally I have realized I just can’t do this anymore. I can’t politely accept being invisible anymore. I almost took Heavenly Bride down completely, but I’m going to try this model instead.
To sum up and be less ambiguous, it appears my worth is considered worthless because of my generosity. So that has to change. I’m sorry for those of you who may be knocked out of the Heavenly Bride loop because you can’t afford the next book when it’s released. It’s just how it has to be.