As someone who has anxiety, I have been trying to figure out constructive ways to foster a new frame of mind as I have been going through this program. Ensuring myself that I am safe, healing, and on the right track, has been crucial for me to get this far. But, I am so prone to over-exaggerating everyday stressors, it's hard to keep that feeling going very long throughout the day. I have recently been figuring out that social media can be my public enemy number one. Especially Facebook. Don't get me wrong, I love social media, but I have to wonder if it is actually toxic to someone with a personality like mine. How can you not compare yourself, even on a subconscious level, and want to present your best self to the public in a public forum? I find it almost impossible - it's human nature! My problem is, I have trouble letting go after logging off. One stupid, hateful, or hurtful, meme or comment that I see can linger with me and "bother" me all day, sometimes on a disproportionately deep level. I know it's my OCD thinking, and it's not normal or healthy. Does anyone else have an opinion on this? Can you just hit the block button and easily tune it out? Does social media feed your demon, or help you heal?