While having dinner with a friend last week we got into a passionate conversation about social media. She is a huge Twitter fan and I favor Instagram, but one thing we had in common is our disdain for Facebook. Here's the thing: I used to love it -- I could see what my friends were up to, view pictures of their families and maintain some sort of connection with people out of state.
Yet over time I started to notice a disturbing trend. Rather than using Facebook as a place to be social, people began using it as a platform to bully, insult, rant and curate an image of perfection. Although incredibly blessed and happy in life, I found myself walking away feeling down, as if I wer...
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