My family and I have been studying the Bible together for over four months now. We study with our children because we both believe religion is important.
We both were taught in church that Bibles were very important, but it was something we didn’t pay close attention to until a few weeks ago. We were reading one of the books of the Bible together and we noticed that our readings were a bit off.
We decided it was time to get the girls the same Bibles we were reading in order to cut down on confusion. I am sure everyone can identify to things they need to work on. If you are like my family, you have a bucket full of things. We are trying to work on faith, patience, temper and accountability.
After going over our Bible study I found that we missed a clear chance to talk about patience which was something we really needed. I am posting our studies to show that Christians aren’t prefect and that we all struggle with raising our children from time to time. In this clip, everything is going fine until My daughters find out about Lot’s daughters. I wanted to edit my daughter’s response out, but then I also wanted to be real. If God wanted us perfect, he wouldn’t have sent his only son to save us.
If you’ve been with my blog for a year more then you know about my struggle with the effects of bullying. My daughter who’s now 18 was mob attacked when she was 12. The attack happened on a playground with 11 to 12 girls around the ages 11 to 13.
Now both of my children love watching YouTube and one is a fanfiction YouTuber. So, naturally I take notice to what they’re watching and who they are watching. Over the past few weeks I’ve noticed a feud going on between Stephanie Soo and Nick Avocado.
Now both parties have pretty much been going back and forth because of an incident that happened at Miss Soo’s house. I am not here take a side, but I must point out something that I’m finding very disturbing among comments directed toward Nickacado.
Within the past 15 hours Nickacado alluded to the fact that he was seeing or had an appointment with a therapist. Rather or not you believe this to be true, or you believe it be fiction, I think everyone needs to understand that words have an impact on all of us. Regardless of your loyalty, you should never wish harm on another person.
So many times we downplay mental illness, or we downplay signs of depression. Some of us might even try to justify by stating that the person bought the situation on themselves. However, that isn’t reason to keep inflicting pain on an individual. It’s okay to identify with people, but when you take on someone else’s pain and turn it into your own you are crossing a line.
The YouTube community has to understand that young vulnerable children are paying attention to these feuds. While many of these feuds might prove to be entertaining, they can also be very draining for someone who’s been through very similar ordeals. You never know when someone’s going to look at a post, read the post which was intended for someone else, and all of a sudden have a trigger reopened with those very same words coming back to them.
If you or your child is a victim of bullying at this point, I would stay clear of the Nick and Stephanie Soo feud because at this point it, I see it as counterproductive. Finger pointing never made any situation better and it isn’t effective in rebuilding relationships. We want both parties to come out of this situation healthy and strong.