A Decade-Long Active User Banned from Facebook Finds Mental Health Boost

A-decade long active user Leah Borski, who was banned from Facebook says that the experience has improved her mental health. She had been using the platform actively for networking and marketing for her business, as well as to stay in touch with friends and family. However, she says that she was constantly checking notifications and thinking about other people's posts, which led to social media addiction.

After being banned from Facebook, she was forced to find other ways to connect with people and set her priorities differently. She also had more time to focus on her own well-being. She says that she now feels more calm and clear-headed, and that her relationships are stronger. She also says that she is now more focused on her strengths and on living a life that is aligned with her values.

The woman's story is a reminder that social media can have a negative impact on our mental health. It is important to be mindful of how much time we spend on social networks and to take breaks when needed. If you find that social media is causing you stress or anxiety, it is important to take steps to reduce your usage or to quit altogether.

Read the complete story story of Borski on Insider.

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