posted on Apr, 25 2012 @ 04:15 AM
reply to post by blupblup
See, I've never understood this pressure to cut down on social media, and use more personal methods of communication because my phone legitimately
rings every day (actual calls, not call centres), and I phone my friends often and they phone me, and I see them two or three times a week, as well as
spending time with my family.
I guess I'm one of those lucky people who knows how to balance social media, and don't spend my entire life sitting there sharing my private life
for others to read.
Even when I'm 'online' I'm not 'online' as I usually set any indicators to appear offline, I don't crave validation or being talked to in an
impersonal way, and I really dislike chatting online, when once it would have been one of the things I did most. I guess people change.
Social networks are good when used in a certain way.
Share cool things, music, photos, and then talk about them in person a couple of days later. Thats how I roll