Deleting Your Social Media Accounts After a Breakup Will Set You Free


It’s sweeping, it’s mysterious, it’s drastic, it’s everything necessary to feed the post-breakup id. It’s also just practical.


This suggestion comes with a pretty big caveat: If social media is providing you with a genuine sense of connection and comfort in a time of grief, no need to unplug. “I think [detoxing from social media] can be really helpful, but I think it can also be slightly challenging,” Jane Greer, a New York-based marriage and family therapist, told VICE. “People are not always aware of how attached they are to connecting, not aware of how much they turn to and rely on their contact with other people through social media.” Read Full Article.

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