Too Much Information.
I've mentioned it before, but one ought to beware of sharing too much personal information online. I mentioned it once before to a regular commenter who, over time, shared some of his background in the com box, only to reveal his name when challenged to do so. I advised him not to do that and removed the comment. He's a young man and has his entire life before him, future employers or future friends could come across such personal information and who knows how they will interpret it.
Many people online like to share their conversion stories or some anecdotal experience to help another person struggling with issues similar to what they may have worked through. It's a very compassionate thing to do, in a Good Samaritan sort of way, but I would be careful about revealing a great many personal details. It's up to you of course, but if you are younger, realize your position in life is apt to change, you may get married - or divorced, go for a better job - or lose the one you have because of what you wrote, and your online stories and comments will most likely follow you everywhere.
I mentioned this fact once in a post about a woman who over time has posted detailed accounts of her conversion from a rather debauched past. She has children now, a good husband, and all sorts of degrees and probably about six years of really devout Catholic living in her resume. Someday the kids might read all about mommy's sins. Like I said, it's up to you what you want to reveal. Some people will be edified, and many more will likely be encouraged by your example. Others - maybe not so much. Likewise, when it comes to dramatic conversion stories, it can be a lot to live up to. Remember Corapi.
Then Jesus said to the leper he had cured:
"See to it that you tell no one. Go and show yourself to the priest and offer the gift Moses prescribed. That should be the proof they need.*" - Matthew 8:4
*For some lepers who have been cured, it's not - so it may be better to keep it to yourself.Just saying.
Art: Good Samaritan, 1904, artist unknown.