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Last week I deleted my Facebook account and feel so relieved

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Lovefruitsandvegs Wed 07-Nov-12 14:07:08

It was like a burden. You cannot just leave it. You have to check it in case something gets wrong, or unwanted messages pop-up on the wall. Then you read what your friends say and you might even not like it. It creates nagative thoughts which I do not need.
I am glad I have managed to finish with it. Very pleased with myself for having a strong will in this case. Now I will need to sort out a few other things related to food smile

PeggyCarter Wed 07-Nov-12 14:09:58

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Lovefruitsandvegs Wed 07-Nov-12 14:12:19

Mumsnet is different. I do not use it that much anyway. I wish though we could edit or delete our posts.

PeggyCarter Wed 07-Nov-12 14:34:05

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Lovefruitsandvegs Wed 07-Nov-12 14:40:35

I like the same thing about mumsnet. No-one is judging you and in general mumsnet is more useful than FB. I also find it difficlut to make friends. On mumsnet I can discuss some personal issues which I would not with my close friends. I have friends but they are not those kid of friends with whom you could discuss personal things. Sometimes, I just want to talk to someone and I cannot so I go on mumsnet which is great.
I did ask mumsnet a few times to delete my posts but it would have been better if we could do it. I guess there is someone responsible over there for deleting posts smile

Tealaddict Mon 12-Nov-12 15:11:06

I understand where you're coming from. Facebook can feel very negative at times. I stay on it because I like chatting to relatives occasionally, but if it wasn't for that I may have deleted the account by now like you have.

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