Hey @BunnyWalks, it's great to hear that you're finding our forums helpful . In terms of what social media apps you should also delete, I guess it depends on how much of a negative impact they have on your life. If you think they do have a negative impact, maybe you could delete them? Alternatively, you could choose to not delete them and instead restrict yourself to using social media for important purposes or when you have free time (e.g., taking a break from studying). What do you think?
It's also great to hear that you're currently seeing a professional . To answer your question on what you could ask in your next session that would best help you, I guess there's no right or wrong way to do it. Do you have any ideas yet on how to approach this?
I don't know of any self-help books that I've read... but since you've mentioned that you're struggling with your study habits, we've got this article here that you might like to check out which may improve this. Do you reckon this might be helpful?
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