Follow 'Panic About Anxiety' on FacebookYup. I’ve joined the club. (Um, finally?)

If you enjoy (or, well, just painfully identify) with my blog posts and want to receive regular updates on your Facebook feed, I hope you’ll considering liking my new Panic About Anxiety page.

Many of you already follow my personal account on Twitter, but Twitter is…well, you know. Twitter.

It’s messy, and it’s not for everyone. It’s full of information overload and descriptions of people’s lunch and hashtags you’ve never heard of and links to HuffPost news stories that are always shrouded behind mysterious tweets like, “Guess Which Former President Was Named Father Of the Year?” that practically force you to click through and then leave you clicking on related news stories for hours until you realize that you’ve gotten none of your work done.

I know that was text and not speech, but still, I feel the need to pause for a calming breath after that sentence.

Pause.

Okay, I’m better now.

Anyway, some of you are Facebook people, and that’s awesome. If you follow my blog’s page, you’ll receive updates on your feed whenever I post a new blog entry. Occasionally, I share some of my favorite anxiety-related images and thoughts from other anxiety bloggers or Facebook users.

So, if you want to like me (er, my blog), go here. Hit “like”.

And let’s continue comparing notes on our anxiety-ridden lives and our attempt at making them better.

 


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    Last reviewed: 12 Jan 2013

APA Reference
Beretsky, S. (2013). Want to Follow ‘Panic About Anxiety’ on Facebook?. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 16, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/panic/2013/01/want-to-follow-panic-about-anxiety-on-facebook/

 

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