How to Avoid Doom and Gloom on Social Media

Minimize doomscrolling by controlling what you see

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Over the past few months, thousands of Facebook users announced they’re taking a break from the platform. The message typically goes like this:

Facebook was supposed to be a fun way for me to keep in touch with family and friends. But it’s not anymore. It’s so sad to see where our…

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