How to Control Facebook Addiction?
Tell your friend/boyfriend/girlfriend to set a new password for your Facebook account and promise to hide it for at least a week or two. That’s a cheap, easy way to block Facebook. Then to unblock Facebook, go into your a very formal talking mode.
If you still think none of the above is helping, then sign into Facebook and temporarily suspend or deactivate your Facebook account. You can go to your Facebook Account Settings page and click the last option “Delete Facebook account”to suspend your account until you’re ready to rejoin. This requires enormous self-control, since all you have to do to reactivate your Facebook is sign back in.
If above all fails, permanently quit Facebook. You can do this by choosing the hidden delete Facebook option that the network offers but makes hard to find. Just be sure you can live without feeding your addiction to Facebook, because after 14 days, this option wipes out all your profile data, photos and friends list.
Some may think deleting your Facebook account as the equivalent of social suicide, but that’s a little melodramatic. Deleting your Facebook may actually be a way for some people to bring themselves back to “real life” from virtual one.
- Go to Delete Facebook Account Page
- Click “Submit”. Follow the instructions.
- Facebook assumes that you will be able to change your mind for 2 weeks by just logging back into Facebook.
- If you don’t log back in after 2 weeks your account and all it’s information will be deleted. Everything will be gone.
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