Coping Mechanisms • 10m
We live in funny times.
Social media can be an exciting place for finding recipes, seeing neat photos, finding new "health"& fashion information, watching piglets cuddle with kittens, staying connected with internet friends, following inspiring "influencers" ... It can also be a platform that creates comparisons, overwhelm, and steals your time!
I've heard from so many of you that you don't like the way you feel after scrolling for longer than you'd like. I've also heard that some of you get on instagram because you're craving connection and wanting to socialize, only to feel drained after the fact.
If you find yourself dissatisfied with how you currently relate to social media and screen time in general, tap along to this sequence to see what shifts.
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