i do not associate with

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I do not associate with. When I say “do not,” I mean it in the most definitive way possible. It is a complete and utter refusal of any sort of affiliation, relationship, or communication with that which is being excluded from my life. So it goes without saying that when someone says “associate me” to me, they are referring to an action that I will never take. The truth is there are many things in this world we want but cannot have; for instance, money can’t buy love – so why would we think it could buy anything else?

So what does associating really look like? Well let’s talk about how people reach out: They connect on social networks like Facebook and Instagram by adding you as a friend and following you on Twitter. They comment on your blog posts, or share them to their timeline with the hopes that it will reach an audience of people who may not have seen what you’ve written before. They follow suit by sharing pictures they find entertaining or informative – like “the best food for weight loss” which is one example I came across today while scrolling my Facebook feed.

How does this all come about? Well at first glance when someone sees something in-line with their interests, they are usually compelled to take action such as initiating contact (in some form) because there’s a level of curiosity present: Who wrote this post? What do they write about? Is this person funny, serious… dead inside?! If they’re feeling really brave, they might even share what you’ve written to their own timeline for the sake of an extra like or a comment.

The truth is that this type social media spin-off has made it easier than ever before to establish connections with people who may not have otherwise been accessible – and by extension, make friends with them in real life too! It’s because we don’t want just “friends,” but friendships. All those likes on Instagram can translate into invitations to parties where I’m able to find out about cool events going on around town and meet new friends at the same time. The great thing is that someone doesn’t need my phone number anymore; in fact all they’ll need is a public profile link which takes seconds to copy and paste.

What are the benefits of social media?

– Social Media has made it easier than ever before to establish connections with people who may not have otherwise been accessible – by extension, make friends with them in real life too! It’s because we don’t want just “friends,” but friendships. All those likes on Instagram can translate into invitations to parties where I’m able to find out about cool events going on around town and meet new friends at the same time. The great thing is that someone doesn’t need my phone number anymore; all they’ll need is a public profile link which takes seconds to copy and paste.

How can I optimize this post?

– Tag your friends and family in the comments so they know to check out the blog. Share on other social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or Instagram! The more you share it with others, the more people will see what you have to say. You’re welcome to use hashtags if that makes sense for sharing here – just be sure not to overuse them; a couple is plenty (#socialmedia #blogging).

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