You won’t find me there, so yah. It became really easy when I realized that I could keep Facebook messenger, and get rid of the other part.
I did it in January, because of all of the things that were happening in my life.
It became super overwhelming and I became very addicted to “scrolling” through Facebook and checking out in the process.
I also was tired of reading every-ones bullshit. Because people only really post things to create an allusion that their life is something… Something that it is or isn’t. I was getting caught up in this world of drama, that I didn’t want to be apart of anymore.
I also got caught up in some self worth by how many likes I got, who was saying what and how people were reacting to me. I know that posting things and getting involved with FB is a choice, and I just didn’t want to make it a choice I could access for a while.—So i could actually focus on myself, and what my needs were, versus what others want to see or want me to be.
Some positives that have come out of it: Perhaps my relationships are improving. A friend of mine invited me to her birthday in person because she realized I didn’t have Facebook and wasn’t apart of her event thing on FB. So that’s cool—
I think It will swoop back in my life in a few months. Facebook is a great way to get a hold of everyone during wedding times.