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How to 'Weed' Your Social Media for Your Mental Health

Sifting through your social media and eliminating people that do not spark joy is a form of self-care. If you’re hopelessly addicted to your phone like I am, you know that you end up checking the same apps almost as soon as you close them.

So why do we do it? Because we’re nosy and looking for affirmation. We get so caught up in the threat of comparison, that it is actually better to look at other people’s lives than to even think about our own.

We find ourselves obsessively checking, as if anything ground-breaking has changed within the last time we checked. I personally have struggled with this for years, but I finally decided to weed my social garden.

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