Social media consumes a large portion of a person’s day.
Even if you’re not cruising social media as part of your job, chances are you’re regularly checking in to see what friends, family, colleagues and enemies are doing.
Yes, your venting, celebrations, cat memes and food pictures have a valid place in social media. We like validation, we like distraction, and we like being liked.
The problem is when social media has you feeling anxious, insecure or upset. It may be time to take stock of what you’re doing and feeling on social media. A little spring cleaning may be best for your mental well-being.
Is it time for you to do some spring cleaning with your social media?
Listen in as neuropsychologist, Dr. Sanam Hafeez, shares how social media spring cleaning may be good for you.