MY BRAIN HAS TOO MANY TABS OPEN
“Tired of feeling overwhelmed by your digital life? Do you long for a healthier, happier relationship with technology? Look no further.”
ABOUT THE BOOK
“If you use the internet even semi-regularly, read this book. If you love someone who uses the internet semi-regularly, read this book. If you don’t even use all the internet all that much, read this book. I’m 99% certain you won’t regret it. ” Goodreads 5* Review
For anyone who has lost their way in the online world, digital detox expert Tanya Goodin offers a tech-versus-life toolkit to deal with the escalating consequences of harmful habits.
This book examines 24 personal stories of people wrestling with common technology problems, from a little girl yearning for her mother to put down her phone, to a taxi driver concerned about his son’s gaming addiction.
Learn how to recognise and label dependent behaviours – both of yourself and others – and find simple, easy solutions in this book.
“In this captivating self-help toolkit, Goodin expertly navigates the complexities of our digital age, offering invaluable insights, thought-provoking dilemmas, and practical solutions to help you reclaim control.” Vex King
Doomscrolling – endlessly consuming doom-and-gloom news, a habit perpetuated by attention-seeking algorithms that triggers anxiety and depression
Comparison Culture – 52% of teens feel less confident because of feeling inadequate when comparing their social media profiles with other people’s
Vampire Shoppers – dead-of-night, sleepless shoppers who spend a third more than daytime shoppers, and range from nocturnal gamers to exhausted parents
Digital Legacies– before the end of the century there could be 4.9 billion deceased internet users, yet only 7% of us want our online profiles maintained after death
Cyberchondria – Dr Google is causing a wave of misdiagnoses from anxious searchers, with 35% of all US adults among this number
And many more inside ‘My Brain has Too Many Tabs Open’…