Life After Facebook

Suzanne Kellner-Zinck
3 min readAug 29, 2023

For many years I had created different pages on Facebook in addition to my business and personal page covering different projects that I had been working on through the years.

The other day FB closed my account. I do believe it had everything to do with the fact that I happen to be in healthcare and I crossed one of their censorship lines.

Well, the sad fact is that many people who need real information backed by real data by real scientists and medical researchers are not being given access to it. This is one of the reasons that I am quite fine having been booted off the platform. Why would I or anyone else want to be on a platform that misdirects people who are in grave need of real information to heal? It is ludicrous. And, yet that is what the large social media companies stand for because they get to get kickbacks from the government for spreading their lies.

It will save me a lot of time no longer writing blog posts or finding articles and videos that will be helpful to the people who followed me on Facebook, yet the reality was that many of the folks who followed me on Facebook were more interested in the travel photos I would upload than the healing content that I posted which tells you something about the people who are on Facebook.

I have moved on to networks with people who actually understand what creates great healthcare because they are involved in it, many having added alternative or complimentary services to their conventional treatment protocols.

I feel similarly about posting on YouTube these days having received a strike from them for daring to state my beliefs regarding certain ongoing situations among many other observations I had made in that video.

I am writing this piece for those of you who need to learn how to best take care of your health and well-being. Forget social media because those who actually tell the truth are banned. You are going to have to find better ways to learn how to best help yourself.

Some suggestions:

  1. Go online and look up information about the different treatment methods you are interested in researching. In this case, I am only speaking about learning how the healing techniques work.
  2. Find some people who do the type of healing work that you are interested in online and look at their websites. You are looking to find out if they have published any original information about the work they do, case histories, and in-depth testimonials of their patient’s healing in the patient’s own words.
  3. You want to look at reviews given by others who have used the person’s services to find out how they work and what others liked and did not like about how they provided their services (along with the office staff).
  4. Then you are going to make an appointment with the one person who seems to feel like a match for you. At that appointment, you are assessing if you feel comfortable enough with the healthcare provider to be truthful regarding all that is going on with you so they have the information they require to help you to the best of their ability.
  5. If you do not like the way that you were treated, it is time to begin over again by looking at other provider’s websites till you find a provider that you feel good about checking out.
  6. Always remember that you are the one employing these people so if you do not like something about working with them, you can fire them and move on to someone who is a better fit for you.

We need to take our healthcare into our own hands by learning all we can about the facts — not the ‘narrative’ the false fake data being spoken as if true when it cannot be true based on the information we already know.

Be smart, be curious, and by all means, take control of your health because it is your responsibility anyway.



Suzanne Kellner-Zinck

Hypnotism is Suzanne’s profession, specializing in working with kids and those with eating disorders and sex addiction.