This is really MY story. As an e-social network addict, I saw it as my own self-directed, self-produced reality show. It gave me an ego boost and kept me wanting to go back for more and more. One day, I gave it all up. An incident changed it all. I decided to let go of a life that I had been leading in which I worked to impress or live up to the expectations of others and decided to make this life about myself, the people who love me dearly, and the ones I love. It has been five years now; my life is simpler and happier. During the past five years, I met several people who love the fact that I am not into any kind of e-social networking. Many came to ask me for advice or suggestions about how they can face their addiction. Not knowing how to help them, I turned to the internet for suggestions. I looked for online articles and books about how to beat an e-social addiction, but I found little. Then I thought, “Hey! I have done it, and am sure with some research and hard work I can help others free themselves from the complicated web of e-social networking” and the idea of Desocializing (short for decrease esocializing) was born. At first, I spent several good hours with Dr. Gupta, an aspiring psychiatrist who helped me by guiding my writing in a definite direction. He provided me with a scientific understanding of socialization addiction on the internet and shared several medical research papers and media articles that were published in this area. Over the next several months, we researched the facts, read iterations, and opinions, and I worked to create this book. Curious to know if my story will benefit you..? You can find out by reading this fun book with over 25 cartoons.
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