When Breaking Up Online Is The Right Thing To Do

If you’ve been online for longer than twenty minutes, you’re sure to have grasped the concept that relationship building needs to be your main focus and highest priority.

But are you striking up conversations with the right people?

That’s the TRICKY part.

Just ask Shelly Roberts – she’ll tell you!

I was so impressed and uplifted by the “Open Farewell” post she wrote recently that I just HAD to share it with you.

Talk about a great lesson!

I found myself smiling and cheering and applauding with every word!

When you’re struggling to make real connections online, it can be very easy to find yourself spending lots of valuable time communicating with people who are not really a good fit.

Read Shelly’s post and find out exactly what I’m talking about. She’s a fabulous role model and a true inspiration. 🙂

  • Shelly,

    Your young and cute days are not over! You can only say that when you reach MY age. 🙂

    Isn’t this interesting? I can now clearly see what you were trying to convey in your post and yet it has a totally different connotation, as well.

    I love your writing style and I’m glad we connected through the blogging challenge.


  • Melanie,
    This is generous praise for a woman who really just wanted to escape reminders that her young and cute days are well-gone. I really appreciate the nod though 🙂


  • SheilaAtwood

    RT @MelanieKissell: When Breaking Up Online Is The Right Thing To Do http://www.melaniekissell.com/2010/09/wh… (An open farewell)