Vicky Pattison announces ‘overdue’ social media break as she slanders online

Former Geordie Shore star feels as though ‘she can’t win’ because she’s going to get negativity no matter what she posts on Instagram

Vicky Pattison announces'overdue' social media break as she slanders online
Vicky Pattison announces ‘overdue’ social media break as she slanders online

Vicky Pattison has revealed she is taking a ‘long overdue’ social media break and quelling the constant negativity seen online.

The 34-year-old Geordie Shore star took to her Instagram page to post a quote that read: “Temporarily closed for mental maintenance.”

She went on to explain in the caption that she feels like she ‘can’t win’ with anything she posts.

“I think I’m long overdue for a break from social media,” the reality TV star said. “I was planning to have one in Dubai but with the participation and everything, all the lovely moments and beautiful things to photograph of me, I think I am too excited to share everything with everyone. all of you.

“And that’s what I love about being on social media – seeing people’s big wins, achievements and beautiful life moments and celebrating with them – but I also love people’s honesty when people things don’t go well – it takes courage to open up and be vulnerable here because you never know how it will be received and as we all know people can be cruel, I feel feels like now more than ever there is an anger towards the platform.”

Vicky is taking a step back from social media


Instagram / @vickypattison)

She went on to explain that she understands that ‘the world is angry’ as she is.

But projecting your fear, uncertainty, and hatred onto well-meaning people on social media is not a suitable outlet for your pain, adds Vicky.

“I just don’t feel like I can win atm and I don’t think trying is the correct way to waste my time… If I’m curvy I’ve ‘dropped myself’ but if I lose weight I look “sick” and “I’m no longer an ‘advocate for curvy women’.”

The star then wrote down examples of the negative messages she receives depending on what she posts.

“If I post something related to my normal life or something fun or cheerful, I am a ‘disgrace and should be ashamed of myself’ for what is happening in Ukraine. However, if I actively try to do what I want, ‘where will I support Syria?'”, Vicky wrote.

“Or my efforts aren’t good enough!! This dialogue is exhausting! And for someone like me who is really just trying to spread some love, light and positivity- it’s just too much! .”

The star feels like she ‘can’t win’ no matter what she posts


Instagram / @vickypattison)

She will focus on taking care of herself


Instagram / @vickypattison)

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The star explained that she should focus on ‘my gorgeous new fiance, family and friends’.

However, the negative messages ‘pulled her down’.

“I know deep down inside, it doesn’t matter how good I am here, how ordinary, how honest, how trustworthy I am – I will never please people the way I do. mine to be accepted by the collective,” the star added.

“And I need to stop trying and just focus on the things that bring me happiness & peace- sometimes self-care is the choice not to argue with committed people who misunderstand you.”

For now, the star will step back a bit and focus on herself.

Fans and friends took to the comments section to share their support for her, with them saying she should ‘take care of herself’.

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