by Madeline Laughs
There have been many times when I comment on something on Facebook and the person that did the post will Like everyone’s comments, but mine.
That’s pretty obvious.
They evidently didn’t Like what I had to say.
Here’s the thing…if you feel strongly enough to even make a comment, then stand behind it. Make your comment and feel good about what you have contributed and then move on. Whether they Like it, or not, you got to have your say and that is good enough.
If this happens often and with the same person, then that person probably has a problem with you. My advice would be to leave them alone. You don’t have to ever comment on any more posts this person puts up. It’s less of a hassle.
If not being Liked is your issue, then think about where this insecurity comes from. It may have nothing at all to do with Facebook. It may have everything to do with you and how you feel about the contributions you’re making in your social network.
When someone doesn’t Like your comments on Facebook, it’s never about you, unless you make it about you.
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