Peace of Mind: Dr. Liz on how to unplug from social media, recharge your life

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When it comes to disconnecting from social media, an old adage often comes to mind: easier said than done. Social media addiction can become harmful for your life as a parent, a spouse and even your own self-esteem through anxiety and depression. Dr. Liz shares some tips for unplugging from social and recharging your life.

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