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Pinterest Want to stop mindlessly scrolling and start mindfully sharing? Try a social media fast. Nelson challenged the youth to stay off of social media for one week.
Messages from President Russell M. Nelson and Sister Wendy W. It can be tough to keep from checking notifications or scrolling your way through boredom. Here are just eight benefits of a social media fast! More time for the important things. I am grateful to have a living prophet in my life! I thought the fast would be easy because I didn't think I used social media that much, but it was surprisingly hard!
More than once I found myself bored and wanting to go on social media, and had to work hard not to.
I felt so detached from my phone. I started leaving it home when I went to the store with my mom. I felt so much happier without some little gadget following me around everywhere screaming at me to look at its screen. I felt free and closer to my family and my Heavenly Father.
I loved having a distraction-free week. This has caused a change for the better in my life. Not only have I noticed that my phone battery lasts longer, but so does my spiritual battery. When I am unplugged from social media, it is easier to feel the Spirit and feel motivated to read the scriptures, serve, or work on personal progress.
The temptation to waste time scrolling through Instagram is significantly harder to succumb to when you cut ties with it. To anyone struggling with social media addiction, I highly recommend taking on this challenge. You may be surprised by how easy it gets after a few days. Taking a break has been a great way for me to focus on schoolwork and other activities like reading.
I think that by giving up something we use so much it can show the Lord that we are willing to do His will and to serve Him. But I feel that it has definitely been worth it because I have been able to focus on more important things like family and service.
Spending a little less time on social media is one way to avoid these feelings. What an amazing experience this was. It will be your sign to Him that you are willing to step away from the world in order to enlist in His youth battalion.
We can use it to connect with and uplift others and even share the gospel, but letting social media take up almost all of your free and not so free time can be an easy trap to fall into.
As President Nelson taught, taking a break from social media every now and then can help us break a constant reliance on social media.
A social media fast can help you stop mindlessly scrolling and start mindfully using your social media pages with a purpose.As we see on television and listen on the radio about the protests of young people, we come across a large turn-out at these protests and you could ask yourself what kind of media do organizers use to mobilize the youth because traditional media (television,radio and bill board advertising) might be too expensive to use but one thing that comes to mind is social media mainly Facebook,Twitter,Voices of .
Social media helps teens keep up to date with the current technology We all have to admit that this is the age of rapid technological advancements. When teenagers use social media, they embrace the technology that is widely available and use it for their own good. RISKS OF YOUTH USING SOCIAL MEDIA.
Using social media becomes a risk to adolescents more often than most adults realize.
Most risks fall into the following categories: peer-to-peer; inappropriate content; lack of understanding of online privacy issues; and . The influence of social media on adolescents and teenagers is of particular importance, not only because this particular group of children is developmentally vulnerable but also because they are.
Politicizing Youth: Childhood Studies on Social Change Kristen Proehl American Quarterly, Volume 64, Number 1, March , pp.
(Review) Politicizing Youth: Childhood Studies on Social Change Kristen Proehl While the media frenzy over Obama’s back-to-school speech may seem rather. How does social media affect teens? The Child Mind Institute examines the impact technology has on self-esteem in adolescence and how parents can help.
In fact, experts worry that the social media and text messages that have become so integral to teenage life .