You know, I think it’s kind of troubeling how hard it is for me to let go of certain things. Let’s cast my issues with letting people go aside and concentrate right away on the issue that’s acctually at hand: Facebook. In the last 1 1/2 years, Facebook has both been a lot of fun and a lot of heartbreak for me. I liked chatting with my friends, creating groups, uploading statuses and posting my current feelings in songs and pictures. But is that really necessary? I can chat with my friends via whatsapp, I hardly ever do anything in those groups that I couldn’t do without facebook and the need for attention-whoring can easily be satisfied through instagram. Overall, facebook is keeping me down most of the time. People post statuses or pictures having to do with my ex, I get sad when people don’t like my thoughtful statuses and it invited me to stalk people, that only hurt me in the past. At some point, I wished real life was like facebook – that I could block those that I didn’t want to see and hear and actually have real secret groups for only those, that I really liked. But in reality, facebook makes me much more lonesome than I already am, not to mention it’s wasting a lot of my time. I’ve thought about it and I might delete my facebook once I start working. I don’t have all that much time anyway once I do and facebook has become depressing for me. The only thing I am concerned about is whether I will be able to have as much contact with people in general without it. Sure, with my real friends it’s probably not going to be any different (they all have whatsapp anyway) but what about almost strangers? I’ve gotten to know a few people over facebook and joined some groups activities since I’m kind of awkward in real life. Will I miss that? I don’t know. I might do it as an experiment for the time of my internship. Who knows? It might make me happier.