Why I’m Scared of Sharing Online

I used to be a prolific online sharer.

I’d share everything. My college grades. Pictures of my pets. Agonizing, highly detailed accounts of my experiences with depression. All of it. Writing online felt less private than a diary but more cathartic. I could get near-instant affirmation and support from an ocean of anonymous…

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