Breaking Free from TED Talks Addiction

As a 36-year-old man, I never thought I would be struggling with addiction to TED Talks. It all started innocently enough, wanting to educate myself and expand my knowledge. But before I knew it, I was spending hours upon hours watching video after video, neglecting my mental health in the process. It took me a while to realize that my constant need for input was actually causing me harm. I felt drained, anxious, and like I was never doing enough. I sought help and found support through therapy and counseling. I’m slowly finding ways to break free from this addiction and prioritize my mental well-being. It’s a difficult journey, but I’m determined to regain control of my life and find healthier ways to learn and grow. I know I’m not alone in this struggle, and I hope others can find the courage to seek help too.