Joyce Marter Quoted In Crain’s Chicago Business: Taking A Step Back From Overexposure
“When the whole world is becoming more socially connected, it seems heretical, if not plain dumb, to pull back. Yet some people are seeking a break from endless evenings of networking and the incessant social patter of Facebook and Twitter.
Indeed, pulling back socially has pros and cons, says Joyce Marter, a licensed clinical counselor and co-founder of Urban Balance LLC, a Chicago counseling practice. Retreating to avoid other people, or even to avoid the weather as winter approaches, isn’t healthy and can be a sign of depression, she says.”