Monday Notes: Facebook Break (2019)

Thank you for sharing your experience with us on Facebook status nonsense ๐Ÿ˜œ

K E Garland

Every now and then, Facebook (in particular) gets on my nerves. Or maybe itโ€™s the people on Facebook. Either way, sometimes, I tire of how people post, what they choose to share, and the overall monotony of it all.

So, I take a break and deactivate.

These breaks usually last 30 days. This time, though, I noticed two things in my absence and I almost said adieu to the social media site for good.

facebook-1905890_1280Facebook has made seasonal friends into lifetime ones.ย Have you all heard this phrase before: People are in your life for a reason, season, or lifetime? Well, I for one think itโ€™s true. But what Iโ€™ve noticed is that Facebook makes every relationship a lifetime one, and thatโ€™s just unnatural. There are some people with whom you were only supposed to be in contact for those three years that you had that job. He or sheโ€ฆ

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