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There is nothing more liberating than cutting the ties that bind you to arguably the most addictive form of social media out there. Whether you have deleted your Facebook, are considering deleting it, or get nauseous at the thought of it, here are a few reasons to take the plunge.
Keep your life yours. After I deleted my Facebook I realized that I truly coveted all aspects of my life, from the small moments to the bigger ones like relationships, enough to keep them to myself and those I am truly close with beyond viral perimeters.
Keep friendships and relationships more intimate. Using the phone or email more helps to keep your relationships at least a little more personal than a Facebook message or chat.
And of course, nothing beats in person contact, so deleting Facebook can be a motivating factor to engage in more intimate friendship communication.
Without the Facebook distraction, you can focus more on what matters to you both online and in your daily life — like that blog you love to update, or going to more exercise classes at the gym or spending more time outdoors.
Instead of being a computer zombie, break the cycle and try to embrace the world before Facebook — or in this case, after. This is really self-explanatory. Without an overabundance of information, or an extra channel in which to monitor or be monitored, you have more control over the information you see and the information others see.
No more incriminating photos or statuses, and no stumbling across incriminating wall posts that fill your head with doubt or negative energies. What do you think?
Have you deleted your Facebook? If so, how do you feel about your decision? Are you thinking of keeping your Facebook, or would you never delete it?
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