You feel happier. Decluttering your social feeds is equivalent to decluttering your mind. Sherrie Bourg Carter, psychologist and writer, claims that clutter bombards our intellects with excessive stimulus causing our senses to work overtime on stimulus that aren’t necessary or important. It leaves you feeling frustrated, anxious and overwhelmed. Without the negativity clouding your feedsand, by extension, your everyday thoughtsyou will start to think more clearly. Unburdened by a constant stream of cynicism, sarcasm, and gloominess, you will remember just how many reasons you have to smile. Your self-esteem skyrockets. Watching positive messages will help you feel more confident. By sharing only authentic self-love posts, uplifting memes, and articles highlighting random acts of kindness, you will start to feel better about humanity overall, including yourself. Clinical and Development Psychologist, Donna Wick, says it is proven that negative social media presence is a direct correlation to children growing up with more nervousnes and less self-esteem. You rid yourself of unnecessary drama. Negativity and drama go hand in hand. Once you remove the toxic people from your social feeds, you wont get roped into the drama so easily. When your intellect isnt busy trying to piece together the concealed meaning behind a few subtweets or speculating about other people problems, youre free to do you 100 percentage of the time. You attract more positive people. When you surround yourself with endless optimism, you become more positive yourself. As a outcome, you describe cheerful people and rewarding experiences into their own lives. The warm people will replace any emotional vampires who once robbed you of energy with their negative, draining positions. Julia Orloff, a clinical prof at UCLA, says the more positive energy we give off, the more we’ll receive. Your productivity increases. When you focus on the good in life, you tend to become more hopeful and thus more willing to work towards your goals. Your ingenuity and productivity levels are bound to rise because youre in such a healthy state of mind. You can breathe easier. Once you rid your social media accounts of virtual poison, your feeds transform from icy, barren lands into cocoons of caring, supportive warmth. So you can rest easy as you scroll rather than foreseeing the next angry post sitting behind the next click. You will also start to feel more relaxed in general, and better equipped to take over lifes daily challenges. You find yourself judging others less. In most cases, pessimistic peoplewhether theyre friends, family members, or doomsday journalistsare the type to spend a lot of day blaming others because it induces them feel better about themselves. When you regularly ingest these sorts of negativity through social media, it oozes into your brain, causing you to say or think uncharacteristically nasty things. Cleaning your feeds is the best way to avoid reducing yourself to the level of the individuals who rant and rave for athletic. Your overall outlook improves. How many times have you looked at social media and something upsetting somehow taints your mood? You might not even realize how much of an effect negative social posts are having on you until you eradicate them entirely. The content you ingest is impactful, so you might as well digest a healthy diet of positivity. After all, just like Ralph Waldo Emerson said, For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness. You carry more gratitude. Without rage and rancour inhabiting your feeds, you will start to taken into consideration by all the small but meaningful things you should be thankful for. Being positive constructs you more acutely aware of how blessed you are, and, in turn, more appreciative of everything around you. Ultimately, you will feel more grateful to be alive.
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