From 16 of Your Trickiest Sex and Love Questions Answered by Glamour.com as seen on Lemondrop.com
13. Should you blog about love?
79% of glamour.com readers say NO.
Yes: “The Carly Simon rule applies: That post isn’t ‘about’ him, unless he’s vain enough to think it is.” -blogger Emily Gould, author of “And the Heart Says … Whatever”
No: “Blogging only hurt my love life. Try a diary. Some thoughts shouldn’t be expressed to anyone but a piece of paper.” -Julia Allison, host of “TMI Weekly” on NBC’s New York Nonstop
I have to agree with both Emily (who has a very interesting story might I add) and Julia.
If it obvious it is about the person you are referring to, and you use your name, then BAD IDEA! But writing under a pseudonym in general terms can help you connect with others out there who have similar experiences to share. It can be comforting to know you aren’t the only one who has had to deal with the relationship drama such as cheating and abuse—both as the culprit and/or the victim—or plain ol’ boring communication disintegration. Someone out there gets it…
So go ahead and reach out—just delete all identifying characteristics from your story.