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So everyone talks about how bad social media is, and yet everyone uses it. It’s become the modern version of smoking. Yes, I got to quit, but right now I just can’t. That’s me.
It’s the same problem I have with making Brian Stelter fat jokes. I can’t control myself, just like Brian Stelter at Krispy Kreme. See, I didn’t even know I said that.
And I rarely feel better after scrolling through online stuff. And I always tell people to spend less time doing it. Yet there I am late at night, sneaking a social media puff and like smoking, it usually makes my blood pressure go up.
Now I tell myself that social media is a harmless drinking partner and that I have company, but I don’t have to put out cheese or crackers or, as MSNBC calls it, cheese and white people.
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However, how would I be as a person if I stopped even for a week?
Well a new study revealed what could happen if you stop using social media? You die. I’m kidding. You don’t die. In fact, quite the opposite. You live.
A new study finds that avoiding social media platforms for just one week, that’s the weekend plus five Kat, significantly improves a person’s well-being, reducing both anxiety and depression.
Now, if there were a pill that had the same effect in just one week, you’d take it. Actually, I think we used to call those Quaaludes. But social media isn’t something you can take, like the president’s teeth at bedtime, it’s something you have to remove, and that’s harder.