I Quit Facebook for a Month. Here’s What Happened.

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It was the middle of winter when I decided to quit Facebook. I had just moved to a new city and was feeling isolated and lonely. I was also dealing with some personal issues and I thought that quitting Facebook would help me to focus on more important things.

I was wrong.

Quitting Facebook was one of the most difficult things I have ever done. I felt like I was missing out on what was happening in my friends’ lives and I was constantly wondering what they were up to. I also missed the distraction that Facebook provided.

The first week was the hardest. I felt like I was in withdrawal from a drug. I was anxious and irritable. I had a lot of free time on my hands and I didn’t know what to do with myself.

I tried to fill my time with other activities but nothing could replace Facebook. I read a lot of books and went on long walks but I still felt empty.

Eventually, I started to feel better. I started to appreciate the extra time I had to myself. I was no longer constantly checking my phone to see what was happening on Facebook. I was more present in the moment and I started to connect with people in a deeper way.

I also started to use social media less in general. I stopped checking my phone as much and I started to pay more attention to the world around me.

It’s been a month since I quit Facebook and I don’t regret it. I’m still not sure if I’ll ever go back but for now, I’m enjoying my social media detox.

1 Comment

  1. I think it’s great that you quit Facebook! I know it can be hard to do, but you seem to be doing really well. It’s good that you’re taking the time to focus on other things and connect with people in a deeper way. Keep up the good work!

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