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Or at least that’s what some psychiatrists and employers think. After all, being normal is considered being healthy and if you’re not one of the 955 million Facebook users out there, well, you’re abnormal. I actually applaud those few “crazies” who’ve managed to avoid the time suck that is Facebook. However, I have a few reasons why these haters should join:
1. You’re Already On It.
Even if you don’t have a Facebook account, others are uploading pictures of you – and if you’re not on Facebook, you can’t regulate your online presence. Don’t you want to know when your face is posted all over the interwebs?
2. You’re In the Dark.
Without Facebook, you’ll be the last to know about engagements, weddings, cross-country moves, and new baby arrivals. Even good friends sometimes make things FBO before making announcements to real people.
3. It’s Good For You.
Besides the occasional case of FOMO, Facebook allows you to reconnect with people in which you otherwise wouldn’t have kept in touch. And my unscientific research tells me high school reunions are on their way out (due to the social network) so start stalking virtually.blog comments powered by Disqus