Since I'm the only who did the yelling and swearing, I wanted to respond:
I will continue to follow this thread and I wouldn't want ginger90 to stop posting Mariah's or any of the Browns' SM posts. They are very enlightening for those of us who have been watching them from the beginning. SM is a double-edged sword - Mariah's blathering, while annoying as all get out, unites many of us together as we snark on her woke-ness. She is the embodiment the entitled special snowflake. She posts for the likes and the compliments. This is the world we live in now. If she is going to make things public, we can comment and/or snark on them to our heart's content because she is the one making her life public. It's a weird dynamic, because people can post whatever they want and ignore the comments (or turn them off) so they don't have to read what the public actually thinks - but then, why make it all public in the first place? I feel like the trend now is that if you do something and it's not on social media and you don't get likes and hearts, did it really happen? Mariah takes every little thing and makes it public. That's her prerogative. But it then becomes our prerogative to respond to what she posts.
I am not trying to be argumentative AT ALL - in fact, quite the opposite! I lived my life just fine before social media. I am someone who feels that SM is the devil, but also necessary. Is it right that I make fun of Mariah's avocado toast? I don't know...but at the same time, she is the one putting it out there. Does that make sense?
All of this, 100%, stated perfectly.
And I did click on Mariah's blog about her yoga trip. She was gone for three whole weeks but in case you were wondering, she now feels connected to the plants and the sun, she sang and danced (she got her dancing skills from her father.....okayyyy), and she discovered her true authentic self. Quite the retreat, that.
Can you actually get YTT certified in three weeks??