social media anxietyFacebook, texting, twitter and emails are all the devil to people that are drunk, impulsive or anxious.

Anxious is probably the worst, period.

I get a rage in my insides to respond or write something that I know I won’t mean the next day or after that hangover or after that manic episode, by then and it’s too late. Any electronic viral beast is just that: A beast.  Hide your equipment when you’ve had a few too many or are on a manic binge or feel anxious.

Anxiety is a terrible emotion we rarely talk about.  But anxiety can be the root of all evil and the best way to track or detect it is to observe your own tendencies when it comes to social media.

Be wary.  Be certain.  Before you wake up and it’s too late.  Cause this ^$%* is viral!

There ‘aint no take backs!

 
Anxious woman photo available from Shutterstock

 


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APA Reference
Loberg, E. (2012). Anxiety: The Devil. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 18, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/manic-depression/2012/08/31/anxiety-the-devil/

 

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