I have been blogging for almost 6 years, and I have never (ever) received a comment like this one before. First things first it came at the worst possible moment. I have been sick for the past few days so I've just moping around. I had to read and re-read it a few times because I couldn't believe what I was reading.
This comment was in response to my "Unsolicited advice + eczema" post. When I wrote this post I wanted to write it in a way that talked about how I felt. I mentioned quite a few times that I understood that people had good intentions, they just needed to think how it would affect a new mom. There is nothing worse than feeling like you don't know what's best for your child. No matter what the situation we need to think before we speak. I feel that ever since Elder Bednar gave his talk on how we need control our reactions, and choose to not be offended, people think that means that they can say whatever they want and it's not their problem if someone gets hurt.
I really don't understand why people feel the need to go out of their way to write comments that cut people. Whether I struggle with pride, or not, it's no one's right to point it out. When did pointing out someone weaknesses make you more righteous?