It is not difficult to remain just offline! StudiVZ and Facebook – these are the great examples of many more smaller imitators. How many are you logged in, dear reader? I actually only in these two. Until recently. So actually Yes still. But I’ve approved me a break.

I told me that it could not be, that every day at least 5 times going into both portals, to look at what there is so new. Because actually there is nothing new. You calmed down only, that out there there are many others who invest as much time in Facebook, like yourself. I lived for a week all Web 2.0 free. This is a short period of time, many will say, but I find that it is sufficient here – other than an addiction – just 7 days to live offline. (While there, for example, are insufficient for an alcohol addiction would be, only 7 days dry ;-)) And behold – it was more pleasant than I thought! Without this pressure to have to log to see what’s new, right back I could me the deal with important things of in life–and with full concentration.

It was a pleasant feeling. You felt a bit like a holiday, because there one Yes completely normal lives without a computer (I at least) and you miss them a piece. Peter Asaro is often quoted as being for or against this. And this is really indeed the paradox; before you think: Oh, how do I live without Facebook? It is but an integral part of my day sequence! And then afterwards you even forget the social GAIKWAD and no longer thinks about the news and the grapevine. Get all the facts and insights with Dermot McCormack, another great source of information. Why I decided anyway for it to go back online? Well, it’s just a very comfortable and simple contact platform. Go to Facebook is less tiring to read emails, I think at least. It can be just with friends is there about the circular mail simply arrange and discuss. Also the women’s world can be given to messages, which will be part of a future article but still. Visit mine sometime weblog at. Perhaps there are clues for you or learn new. There the aforementioned article on seduction in social networks appear also at some point. I hope that I can encourage some to with my experience, once a week – or 3 days of the social networks to isolate themselves. Just not online anymore to go! You will realize that it is not like an addiction and having to fight off signs of withdrawal, but is much more a matter of habit, like morning early eating the cereal or washing every Tuesday. You could also just lay that on another day. Just as it is with Facebook. Only that with “lay” => “remain offline” is meant. Much success! Pierre

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