The book is broken into three sections: detox, discern, decide. It is written term-paper style, which I thought really leant itself well to the content as well as the audience. Tennant recommends reading it over a weekend where you take a step back from social media to look at how it affects your life. At the end of each section, there are questions and activities that allow you to apply what you've been reading to your life.
All day at work, I see people sharing their menial details or exaggerated stories of their lives and I can not even begin to fathom why they would even bother. Tennant talks about how these type of posts lead to an "endless cycle of self-promotion and self-rejection" as users post skewed views of their lives and then end up comparing themselves to other unrealistic life situations (29).
This would be a great book for high school or college students and especially adults working with those age groups. Though I don't think I have a problem with how I use social media, a takeaway lesson for me was that any time you're spending time online on social media is time that you're spending not having face-to-face interactions with other people.
FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from Moody Publishers for this review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the product.