How to Protect Your Mental Health from the Evils of Social Media

There’s no escaping the influence of social media, despite its perks and compromises, as it is now deeply rooted in every human interaction and livelihood in this digital age. Almost every human activity involves the use of social media, from manufacturing to promoting products and services in the business industry to communicating with people online. Given its huge grasp on us, we must never forget that social media doesn’t encompass our entire life.

It’s easier said than done to discipline yourself of your screen time because it has already come second nature to us. It feels like an instinct that you do when feeling bored, out of place, distracted, or when you’re¬†searching for answers to questions. Nevertheless, make it your daily goal to be straight with yourself with whom you’re following and how their posts affect you mentally. Your mental health must always more important than what is in your social media account. Seek out help from experts if necessary.¬†

Make Your Relationship Now Be The Last

The secret to having a long-lasting romantic relationship is to be mutually good and true to one another. Recognize your role in the relationship and be committed to it. You have to be openly vulnerable to your other half as you’re vulnerable to yourself. Ever wondered why you couldn’t maintain a relationship for at least a year? If you find yourself always getting into a new relationship, it would either be you’re not ready to be in one or you’re choosing the wrong person for you.