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  1. Thank you for your transparency! I identified with your words. I unintentionally have used notifications/likes/etc as a measures of my significance even though I know my worth comes from Christ alone. I think limiting Facebook to a computer is a great idea- thanks for sharing it.

    • I think it is so easy to do and honestly it is something I struggle with every day. At the same time, it is an opportunity to seek God everyday on this issue. Thank you for reading Beka!

  2. This is awesome!!! I have been a little too addicted to instagram lately. I too have had to take social media breaks to refocus on where my worth lies. I too focus better and get more done.

  3. Thanks for writing this great post. I think reading this is the tipping point for me. I am going to delete my facebook app from phone to find out if I am addicted. I am afraid I might already know the answer 🙁

  4. Beautiful post! I think we all struggle with this to some degree, but I think far less of us realize it’s effects as you so eloquently discuss here! Great post, looking forward to reading more from you 🙂

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