I've heard you say you want her to be real - to share the real stuff that goes on in her home.
Is the negative any more real than the positive?
I'd rather see her joy and praise. I want to see that others have good moments, for it inspires me that perhaps I can too. It gives me hope instead of justification.
I don't need to see the failures. I know we all have them. I'd rather not know that she let's this and that slide... Because then I might settle for less than the best I can be.
Sure her constant bubbly attitude and productive lifestyle pushes me. Aren't we supposed to spur each other on to good works and rejoice always?
You say her life looks too perfect, too fake. Why can't she post the bad stuff and be real. Seriously? If you think her life is perfect, go walk a mile in her shoes. You may find she has more negative things occur in one day than you do in a month but it's a choice of focus.
She dwells on what is lovely, admirable and praiseworthy and chooses to share that with us. Of course people read her, because she is encouraging and refuses to dwell on the things that cause pain. When those things do need to be shared, she does so in a way that still encourages and invites you to get back up when you fail and be victorious!
I'll take 'perfect' over 'real'. She inspires me.