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How is the internet/social media impacting our marriages/families/relations?
How is the internet/social media impacting our marriages/families/relations? Are we gaining or losing intimacy? Are we building or diminishing our connections? Let’s talk about it
Remember, you are in the driver's seat. If online social networking is threatening to dominate your existence, maybe it's time you started giving yourself permission to say "no." If this doesn't come easy to you, stop and think about why this might be the case. Beware of finding personal worth and affirmation in the tally of your Facebook "friends." Don't allow yourself to give into subtle pressure to engage socially with groups or individuals who don't fit your "mission statement." Be willing to say "enough is enough" and to stick with your decision.
There are also some practical measures you can implement to limit the amount of time you're spending with social media. One of them has to do with the number of devices you're using to access your account. Individuals who lack discipline may end up wasting a lot of time online if they're set up to access Facebook via phone, laptop, and iPad, as well as on a home computer. On the other hand, more effective time managers may actually save time by using a smart phone to log on during less-intrusive moments, such as while sitting in the doctor's waiting room. The key is to use the devices to serve your purposes and strategies rather than allowing them to dominate you.
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