Hi everyone! So I deleted my original Facebook account last year and I had my account for about 15 years. It included passed friends, boyfriends, college life, my accomplishments... my life as I grew into an adult. I have recently tried editing my Facebook, cleaning out old pictures, deleting people I no longer communicate with, and it was becoming a bigger task at hand than what I thought it would be. All my pictures I posted to FB were saved to my hard drive anyway so I didn't worry about losing that. I'm not the same person I was with all these memories that I'd like to keep for myself now. It's all created me to be the person I am today.
I don't like to admit this but I was becoming too attached to my FB account. Once I turned 30 I felt like it was mid-life crisis. I think women in general start thinking about family, where they thought they would be at that point in their life, we question ourselves, we forgive ourselves, and we become stronger because of it. So now I'm almost turning 34 and my emotional roller coaster is smoothing out! =) And it's the best feeling! I'm single, I've experienced a near death accident, the change in family dynamics, several failed relationship, but I'm driven and I've accepted where I am now and what has happened because in the end it all comes together. I had lost my connection with faith because I let life get in the way. I was baptized Catholic, when I was a baby, but now I'm Christian. My relationship with God has always helped guide me. Last year I took charge of that and it's been a blessing ever since.
Facebook has become an avenue for us to brag, to share our accomplishments, to share the love we receive from others or vice versa, to share our fabulous vacations and excursions, or about our lovely parents and perfect families. Of course we don't want to share the bad things about our lives or the relationship problems or arguments we have. We want everyone to see the good side of us. FB is saturated, everyone is part of it. So as we are sharing all the great things about our lives, what about the kids, teens, adults, and people that don't have parents? That don't have a family? Or suffer from depression or another mental illness? They are reading about all these perfect and beautiful things happening to everyone else while they are thinking, "Why can't I have this?".. "How come nobody loves me like that?" "Why hasn't my career progressed?" .... I guess the point I'm trying to make is, that, I was thinking that at one point. And now that I deleted my account I felt tremendously better its amazing. And of course I want all my friends and everyone to do good and succeed! I just needed to clear out fog that was not helping my situation.
So I made the cut! I deleted my original Facebook page and created a new beginner one so I can still mange my WhyNot Page. Eventually starting fresh. So I didn't delete that! VISIT my WhyNot Page here! More postings will come.
Hi I'm Shelly and I love fitness, health and random things! I crave information and sometimes its good enough to share. Check the 'About Me' tab for more info!
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