I've spoken with quite a few people who have recently quit Facebook, or stopped using it so much. I read an article recently about social media causing things like anxiety, eating disorders and depression, not to mention the prevalence of fake news. People are often exposed to unmoderated content, and they see horrible pictures, stories, videos and more. Often the point of the stories is to over dramatize because it leads to more clicks, likes, etc. First, I wanted to you directly (whoever is reading this now): 1. Have you considered cutting back on your social media usage? 2. If you answered yes to #1, would you consider posting on Dance Forums a little more? I think we have always had a fine group of people here, and while we have differing views, it is overall a good place. Because of its size, it is easier to make sure it stays that way. While I post somewhat frequently, I also have been doing a lot lately to improve the site (hours and hours repairing broken links, programming issues, etc). I think the photo upload in the album is even working again! Anyways, just an idea. I personally have almost entirely stopped using Facebook, and I am getting a lot more done in my like. I have been able to focus again on my dancing, websites, and my newest hobby, learning Chinese (took me a year but I am level 3 and can converse on a variety of topics).