The main benefit of a social media detox is that it gives you an increased focus on what really matters. Today I talk about this and the other benefits of taking a social media break.
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“Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol, morphine or idealism.” - Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung
“Just as one goes on a fast or a body cleanse you owe it to yourselves to detox your mind, it will not be easy but easy never yielded lasting results.” - Editor Aysha Taryam
“The short-term, dopamine-driven feedback loops that we have created are destroying how society works.” - Former Vice President of User Growth at Facebook
“When you feel anxious because you haven’t updated your profile or aren’t ‘connected,’ that’s exactly when you should disconnect,” - “Being away for a month allows the brain time to create new neural pathways, which means new behaviours and routines begin to replace old ones,” - “So if you typically reached for your phone when you woke up to check Facebook, after 30 days, you would have adopted a new ritual, which is the new normal.” - Sanam Hafeez, a faculty member at Columbia University
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