Sure, I have a blog about the positive side of Lupus. That doesn't mean I don't hate, hate, hate, the negative side. And it doesn't mean I'm afraid to talk about what a pain in the ass it is to have a chronic illness. It sucks! It blows. It's a steaming pile of crap! There, I said it. Did the world come to an end. Nope!
That's because, like it or not, we need to be negative sometimes. We need to talk about the horrors of the world. We need to make it known that while life may be a bowl of cherry blossoms for some, others may be stuck with that half empty glass. Or, even worse, maybe there's nothing in their glass at all and no way to fill it anytime soon.
When we get pissed off enough to talk about what's bugging us, we make more people aware of the issue. And when more people are aware of negative issues, problems get solved. So, go ahead, get pissed off. Mount your soapbox. Stop hiding behind your bubble of positivism. It's OK to be angry. And it's certainly better to pop that bubble before someone pops it for you.
Roar! It's what you're here for.