Is Life Better without Facebook?

Since the past decade, our addiction towards social media is increased a lot. Life became more social online in comparison to offline. Someone bought a new dress or cooked doughnuts or travelling to her dream destination, just one click and it is publicized.

Facebook is on top of all social networks and it knows everything about us. But the question is ”Can we live without Facebook?” and the answer is ”yes. Because it’s not Oxygen.” 

Before moving further, I want to know whether you can live without Facebook.

Facebook as Destruction

Just remember the time of our parents and grandparents. How our parents had passed their young days? They gave sufficient time to their life, wellbeing and people nearby them. But our mind is trapped inside a small device and we think that people who complement us online, really mean it. 

Also, have you ever thought about how much negative news or information receiving day today? How many times did you cross-check the authenticity of that information or news? 

You know? Whenever you search anything on search engines, they realise what you want and accordingly you started seeing ads in your Facebook profile. So this is completely commercial where you are selling your personal life completely.

Here Dan is sharing Why he spent a year without Facebook and the reason behind it.

Facebook as Constructor

The only advantage I can see from Facebook is that you can meet those who are residing too far from you and you came to know what’s going on in their life. It’s beneficial in the present scenario when people tend to live without parents or family since starting of college days and in some cases school days.

Conclusion 

It differs from the person to person that how much he requires social networking life. But we agree upon that too much or too less of social networking can be tough. As each and everyone is available on Facebook, it’s better to keep in touch with your loved ones but without being too impersonal.

However, if you have ever deactivated your Facebook account, please let me know in the comment box below. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the blog, if you like it.

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