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Meghan Markle explains why she stays off Twitter

It is no big surprise that Meghan Markle is not the biggest social media fan, given that she has bullied countless times online by trolls. Given that displeasure, Markle has found the best way to just avoid Twitter altogether. Meghan Markle | Max Mumby / Indigo / Getty Images Meghan Markle explains the reasons why she dislikes Twitter During a panel discussion at King's College in London for International Women's Day, Markle talked a bit about leaving Twitter behind when joining the royal family. She also avoids newspapers because it is just not worth reading anything that is potentially negative about herself. Markle noted: "I read nothing, it is much saferThat way, but equally, it's just my own personal preference, because I believepositive or negative, it can all just feel like sound to a certainextent these days. " The Duchess of Sussex further explained that" asas opposed to being confused with it, "she finds avoiding Twitterallows her to "focus on the real cause." Social Media User Responsibility Markle also discussed how it is necessary not to "bring in negativity" and that it is possible to keep social media out of our lives. She shared: "It is our responsibility. We make a choice in what we click on, we choose a choice in what we read, we choose a choice in what we engage. It is our personal decision not to give rise to negativity." When asked if she was ever looking at Twitter, Markle was quick tosay: "My personal decision…

It is no big surprise that Meghan Markle is not the biggest social media fan, given that she has bullied countless times online by trolls. Given that displeasure, Markle has found the best way to just avoid Twitter altogether.

 Meghan Markle on an International Women's Day Panel.

 Meghan Markle on an International Women's Day Panel.

Meghan Markle | Max Mumby / Indigo / Getty Images

Meghan Markle explains the reasons why she dislikes Twitter

During a panel discussion at King’s College in London for International Women’s Day, Markle talked a bit about leaving Twitter behind when joining the royal family. She also avoids newspapers because it is just not worth reading anything that is potentially negative about herself.

Markle noted: “I read nothing, it is much safer
That way, but equally, it’s just my own personal preference, because I believe
positive or negative, it can all just feel like sound to a certain
extent these days. “

The Duchess of Sussex further explained that” as
as opposed to being confused with it, “she finds avoiding Twitter
allows her to “focus on the real cause.”

Social Media User Responsibility

Markle also discussed how it is necessary not to “bring in negativity” and that it is possible to keep social media out of our lives. She shared: “It is our responsibility. We make a choice in what we click on, we choose a choice in what we read, we choose a choice in what we engage. It is our personal decision not to give rise to negativity.”

When asked if she was ever looking at Twitter, Markle was quick to
say: “My personal decision is not to feed on negativity and be more
caused, action-based. For me, it’s a tricky, because I’m not part of
any of that. I’m not looking at it. Unfortunately no. For me it is my personal
Markus was quickly pointed out that is the way to keep the engagement positive and point out that there is “journalism that really covers things that are going to make an impact.”

She continued: “Things that so speak really
about how women’s role really changes and changes. That’s the key. Focus
your energy there and not the things that might disturb you. “

Kensington Palace has recently issued Social Media Guidelines

Markle’s comments are on the heels of Kensington Palace, which releases its official social media guidelines, their rules, they explained, were designed” to create a secure environment at all social media run by The Royal Family, Clarence House and Kensington Palace. “

The guidelines also explain:” The purpose of our social media
Channels are creating an environment where our society can engage safely
debate and are free to leave comments, questions and suggestions. “

The most important removal from their social media usage rules, noted Kensington Palace, is that everyone who engages in our social media shows courtesy, kindness and respect for all other members of our social media.”

Partially the palace noted that comments remain on their social
Media channels must not “contain spam, be insulting to any person, deceive
others, be obscene, offensive, threatening, offensive, hateful, inflammatory or
promote sexually explicit material or violence. “

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