No Longer on Facebook

God Sees and Hears Us When We Pray

Not all people with anonymous accounts are wanting to harm others.

According to my research, the only way Facebook locks you out of your account is when someone reports you. So I have opened up a Google + account, but you can also reach me on Twitter and email.

My email is:

I’ve enjoyed so many good conversations on Facebook with my Mormon, Atheist, and other friends. It saddens me that someone reported my page. I have not made it a secret why I am anonymous and that I am anonymous.

However, I love my family more than I love Facebook.

Therefore, I have chosen to let it become deleted by Facebook so I can continue to talk freely here with you without the restrictions of my real name.

I am a real person.

I care about you.

So goodbye, Facebook.

(By the way, I have not found a way to bypass the security issue. My friend tried looking, too. Nothing.)

One thought on “No Longer on Facebook

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