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WE USED TO SAY BRB WHEN WE WOULD WALK AWAY FROM OUR COMPUTERS.
We don’t say that anymore. We live here now.
How has that shift affected our mental health? That’s the question Lauren has been trying to answer for the past decade, exploring the intersection of mental health and social media use. This is her story of coming of age in the digital age, all while her undiagnosed anxiety disorder bubbles under the surface until finally demanding to be treated.
During her recovery process, she continues to hear a faint little voice that grows louder and louder the more she ignores it. That faint little voice reveals itself to be the solution we’re all searching for.
It’s not a pill, a self-help guru or a 10 day retreat to Bali. The solution to FOMO, and the anxiety, depression and general life dissatisfaction it breeds, is to come home to ourselves and reconnect with that little voice of intuition. Re-learning how to trust ourselves, be more mindful of the content we’re consuming and, in general, live life with more intention.
This book will encourage readers to do just that, in order to break the spell of the flashy news headlines and infinite social media scrolls distracting us from our real, embodied lives.
Who were you before the internet told you who to be? Let’s remember, together.
“Some of us have, what I like to call, Anxiety with a capital A, where we have an actual diagnosis and clinical disorder. But I think that most people are dealing with anxiety with a lower case a. The daily anxiety of life. Lauren offers such an apt description of that anxiety. We’re all comparing ourselves to the highlight reel on social media, and I really appreciate how Lauren reminds us to recognize the difference between real life and online life.” -Kristen Howerton, author of Rage Against the Minivan and co-host of the Selfie Podcast
“Adored this book and found it to really be so relatable. It was a great read during a week when my relationship with social media felt rocky. Ellman is a fantastic writer who fills the book with advice and stories that make you feel like you’ve known her for a lifetime. Highly recommend!” – Jen Glantz, author of All Of My Friends Are Engaged, Always A Bridesmaid (For Hire), and Finally The Bride
“BRB is a nostalgic and hard hitting truth punch to the gut. It will open your eyes to the way growing up holding hands with the internet and social media has influenced who you are, and what’s even more beautiful, it will inspire you to break that all down and start anew. A fresh and important memoir every millennial must read.” – International Bestselling Author Kandi Steiner