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George Christodoulou: “If you decide to leave Facebook, you have to die first.”

George Christodoulou: “If you decide to leave Facebook, you have to die first.”

“The impression I give to my partners is that I am cold and distant,” George Christodoulou said.

the George Christodoulou From Samos he went to Shipwreck He spoke to MEGA and You Ain’t Watched Nothing Yet about alcoholism, how he manages difficult partnerships and the decision to close his social media accounts.

“The impression I give to my partners is that I am cold and distant. The good times and the bad partnerships I had with distance and so I tried to protect myself. With almost none of my managers around, with 98% of the managers, I just said good morning and good evening. That was it, no Something more, so I didn’t leave the opportunity to anyone. “I’m not looking for friends at work, that’s the only thing for sure,” Giorgos Christodoulou said.

He continued: “One morning I said… I’m bored (including social media).” What do I do; At this point I’m clicking, clicking, clicking and deleting Instagram! With Facebook, I’ve been fighting for three weeks to delete it, I died naturally, that is, to be able to leave and let the world know about it! “If you decide to leave Facebook, you will have to die first.”


“Bells are always being rung by others (including addiction). The point is to listen to them. In fact, you are saving yourself. Whether you ask for help or not, which is what you should ask for, it is up to you what you do. After all, Even in drug addiction centres, the first thing that is considered essential is to be willing and prepared,” Giorgos Christodoulou added to the entertainment magazine Megalo Kanali.

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