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  1. Very true. Sometimes envy and discontentment cause a person to experience depression and anxiety. One friend of mine even decided to seek help from ReGain because she noticed that her anxiety is worsening to the point where it is already affecting her relationship with her friends because of things she is seeing on FB. It helped her to focus on positive things instead of thinking negatively when she sees good things happening to her friends and relatives.
  2. Or restarting your router. That might help too!
  3. Hey, thank you for this too! It helped my sister get rid of the same issue!
  4. Most friends of mine are experiencing this Facebook anxiety, but they can't refrain themselves from using this social media. I'm not so much into FB so I don't understand much about it. Reading and searching about their issues, I found out that it's not just them who are experiencing this. Many FB users have increased their anxiety levels. They keep on checking updates, making them feel inadequate, and lose self-esteem. This can be bad, but I believe everything has it's positive and negative effect on people. I see on FB positivity posts and inspiring quotes and videos. I focus more on these feeds than on the selfies and other things. I feel happy for people who share their travel and experiences and feel inspired by them. Can't we just focus on the good things and be happy! Can you share your thoughts on these or at least give tips on how we should enjoy the privilege of having FB in our lives. Let us all inspire and spread positivity with our thoughts!
  5. Can Adblock really stop all those annoying ads?
  6. That's awesome, Mike! I'm gonna try that too. Thank you!
  7. your existing antivirus might be affecting it too
  8. I just noticed that her symptoms began when she came back from a vacation. I don't know if she is diagnosed or what because I am afraid to open up. Will it be a great idea if I talk to her nicely and take her to her favorite place? I just saw this article (https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/depression/ ) and I want to recommend it to her.
  9. Hello David, thanks for the reply. I hope it will not come to the point where she will attack me. Could I talk to her about it?
  10. I am worried about my roommate because she is always afraid, always looks around she told me someone would attack her.
  11. I have been receiving weird emails from unknown person and it bugs me. What should I do?
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