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I'm an artist, and I learned a long time ago there is a big difference between critiquing and criticizing. Sometimes the things we read on here might really offend us, but when that happens, please, step back and think of a way to word it more like a critique. It's a lot more helpful than jumping all over someone. We're here to support each other ladies!
Regardless of if something happened or not, she's right. I'm not an artist, I'm a photographer but I understand what she's saying.
And I try to remember that words can come across different when we are just reading them. I can type "I love you" but really I'm screaming it angrily...it's hard to interpret tone through words sometimes.
There is also a difference in supporting and enabling... and there is also something called stirring a pot. In all actuality this post is condescending and nothing more. But, thank you for the entertainment dear artist!
I keeping seeing you insist apon pm's and have issues with what should and should not be public.
Once again, you should have practiced this also.
Tic for tac.
First of all, it's TIT for TAT. Tic tacs are the candies you eat.
Second of all, I am responding to threads. I am not the one who has to pick apart other people's responses. And, if you don't mind, I would appreciate it if you would stop trolling my posts and finding fault with them. Put me on ignore if you don't like my posts that much.