Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

After 14 Years, I Want to Improve My Well-Being by Quitting Social Media

The pros of deleting my accounts seem to outweigh the cons.

Photo Credit: Unsplash, Allef Vinicius

I started using social media early on. At 14 years old, my best friend and I sat in my parent’s basement setting up Myspace accounts. I absorbed various social rules, like how to select your “top friends”: boyfriend first, then your best…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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