You should not be surprised by the fact that bloggers get angry (They are human after all).
Some of us tend to do unthinkable things while others try their best to maintain their cool.
So, without further ado, it is time for us to look at the way in which bloggers behave when they are angry.
They Refuse To Write A Blog Post
There are a bunch of bloggers who will not put a blog post together whenever they are angry.
Because they are unable to focus their mind on blogging.
They would prefer to wait until their anger subsides before trying to write anything.
These people believe in the “Timeout method.”
The last thing that they would want to do is to publish something online that they would regret afterwards.
On a positive note, we will get to read a blog post from them when they have worked out whatever it was that angered them.
They Would Tell People The Reason Why They Are Angry Via A Blog Post
These people are quite the opposite of those people who would rather calm down before they create a blog post.
As a matter of fact, those people use WordPress as their medium to vent their anger.
Hey, we have all seen angry blog posts online.
It is a known fact, that some people are angered by:
- The things that are taking place in the political arena.
- Something that their spouse said to them.
- The price that they have to pay for food and healthcare.
- Their inability to pay their rent on time.
- The way that they are treated by their boss and their colleagues.
- Their car refusing to start when they are late for work.
- Their computer refusing to boot up when they want to put a blog post together.
Okay, you get the point; people get angry for lots of reasons.
One thing that we all know for sure, is that they are going to let us know what it was that pissed them off via a blog post of theirs.
They Would Do Their Best To Brush Off Their Anger
In spite of being angry, there are a bunch of bloggers who will continue to present their viewing audience with a blog post (Instead of spewing anger, they radiate love).
You are not going to see an angry blog post from them; they would continue publishing blog posts that are:
I like to refer to those people as, “Walking Buddhas” for their ability to remain tranquil.
They Would Delete Their Blog
Yes, believe it or not, some people actually delete their blogs when they are angry.
People have deleted their blogs for the following reasons:
- Someone was disrespectful to them via their blog’s comments section.
- They believed that no one was interested in their blog and that the best approach was to wipe it out of existence via deletion.
- Someone stole their work and the thief published it on another website.
Truthfully speaking, a blogger is entitled to delete their blog (But deleting a blog when you are angry is like taking things to a whole other level).
They Would Switch Blogging Platforms
Back in 2015, WordPress decided to show its support for the Supreme Court of the United States ruling on same-sex marriage (They did that by placing the Gay Pride Rainbow Banner at the top of the blogs of WordPress users).
Guess what happened?
Christain bloggers migrated to Blogger in droves.
Recently, some people who disliked the idea of having to use the Block Editor went in search of other blogging platforms to blog on.
People who do not like the way in which WordPress (or any blogging platform) is handling things are entitled to blog elsewhere.
In addition to WordPress, people can blog on:
So, you must never believe that you have to tolerate the nonsense that you are experiencing with the blogging platform that you are currently on.
They Would Simply Abandon Their Blog
There are some people who would not go through the trouble to delete their blogs when they are angry; they would opt for something easier like blog abandonment.
On a positive note, they are not going to regret deleting their blog when their anger has dissipated.
The blogosphere is already saturated with tons of abandoned blogs (Abandoning blogs due to anger actually increases the number of abandoned blogs).
Oh, what the heck, bloggers are also entitled to abandon their blogs when they are angry.
They Would Go Out Of Their Way To Distress Other Bloggers
Yes, my friend, there are a bunch of bloggers who love to distress other bloggers when they get angry; they distress their fellow bloggers by trolling them.
Could you imagine how their fellow bloggers feel when they encounter those hurtful comments?
There is an old saying that states, “Misery loves company.”
Hey, you should avoid that type of company at all costs!
Truthfully speaking, those people who go out of their way to distress other bloggers whenever they are angry are in need of psychiatric care.
The behaviour of bloggers can be quite intricate when they are angry; some of them are known to:
- Avoid blogging altogether.
- Let other bloggers know the reason for their anger via their blog posts.
- Do their best to brush off their anger and keep on blogging in a positive manner and share their positivity with others.
- Delete their blog.
- Switch blogging platforms.
- Abandon their blog.
- Go out of their way to distress other bloggers.
Anyone who has a sincere interest in dealing with their own anger should read, Anger Management: 10 Tips To Tame Your Temper.
I also want everyone to know that anger can cause:
- High blood pressure
- Heart attacks
Do think about the things that were mentioned above the next time that you are filled with anger.
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Thank you for reading!