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  1. Thanks for sharing your journal pages. I get frustrated by social media too. It can consume my days…and then I’m not spending time with my family. How is it that being so connected makes me feel so alone? I have tough days too when the littlest things make me cry. Being around people in real life makes me feel better. That’s one of the reasons I conduct all my client calls through Skype; I like to see people’s faces.

    Facebook will be just fine without you…and I’m sure you’ll be fine without Facebook. *hugs*

  2. You are brave, dear one. I’m too scared to shut off my facebook and leave all my connections behind. And I’m scared to do it because someone once made one of those meme pictures saying that when someone leaves facebook, it’s really just because they want even more attention. And I’m scared to do it because some of these girls are my lifelines, and because I don’t have everyone’s addresses, and what if I never get back on, and what if I lose touch…….. Too scared. You are brave, dear one. Good for you.

  3. I just deactivated my account for the second time. This time it’s for good. A friend originally signed me up-I really didn’t care, one way or the other. But FACEBOOK doesn’t work for me. In my wildest nightmares, I would never post anything remotely personal there. And, even though I seldom visited my ”page” I was constantly ”un-friending” people I didn’t know, when messages appeared in my Email. Any (real) friends who want to contact me have my Email Address. Even there, personal stuff is kept to a bare minimum. People these days have no idea how important privacy is. I do. And , having gotten along quite well for most of my life without FACEBOOK, I think I can manage without it for the rest.

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