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I talk a lot...
I feel like I post a heck of a lot in the forums, particularly the recent topic threads that pop up. I worry that it's excessive, especially for a Temple member as new as myself.
So... given that it's not repetitively argumentative and is on consentual topics... is there such thing as posting / talking too much here?
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tzb wrote: One thing I'd say, advice to anyone who feels they post a lot... I do too and I try not to "double post". If I think of something to add after my initial post, I go back and edit it in. That way it doesn't become a wall of one person's posts, and is a little more neat and tidy.
This is definitely something I do. I get so excited to share / interact / learn that I just post in the moment and don't take any time to stop and consider if I've any more thoughts before I hit "submit."
I've been feeling weird about doing too much editing of my posts. It's because I'm projecting my self judgment about my habit of posting without much editing or revising onto that little "reason for editing box" and have semi decided it's there so that people can decide whether I should have had to edit or not. I know that's my own junk getting in the way of reality, though. I hope
ReallyRiver wrote: I've been feeling weird about doing too much editing of my posts.
On some longer post in my Seminary Journal and Journal I have edits of a couple of hours, though I noticed I edit less than I used to do these days; Many people edit posts, even if it where to be weird you are not alone in being weird.
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-talk as much as I want, as often as I want, and say whatever I want
-try not to ramble too much
-keep my work structured and coherent
Forum posts (especially heated discussions):
-keep it short and concise and to-the-point
-avoid TL;DR situations
Don't know if that helps, but I can assure you that I don't think you talk "too much"