FlierMate Posted January 22, 2012 Share Posted January 22, 2012 Twice I deactivated my account on Facebook, just because I couldn't delete my account.It is understood that a schizophrenic also suffers social withdrawal. True, I have no friends at all, in real life, sort of complete self-isolation and a little anti-social. On Facebook, however, one can add and delete a so-called "friendship". Do you think it hurts when I withdrawn myself from Facebook, just like I did in reality? Yes, it hurts. Wonder why such as fragile "friendship" that can be deleted, with family tie (if any) also be removed with a mouse click, can gain popularity in the communities on the line.What I wanted to say: While I frequently do this (withdraw myself socially) in the real life and give other no hints about my illness, why would Facebook formally deletes all friendship and notifies each of the "friends" miles-away when I withdraw myself from Facebook through account deactivation? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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