For the past decade or so people live a life allot more "shared" since social media became broadly available. And by that I refer to the sort of psychological, and oftentimes even affective kind of a "marriage" to the need for communicating with each other. One question I ask myself is not how committed should a person be to this type of spiritual "marriage" and "sharing", over the actual reality of daily life, but why? It's also amazing to me to see how this can bring a healthy dose of interesting & illuminating thoughts in our life and it can be mentally nourishing in ways no real world avenue can. We all know there are side effects. So that makes room for asking what is the doctor's view on a balanced prescription of life in social media era, which I am pretty sure will vary from person to person.