I want to use the following phrase in this specific structure (if possible):
How come social media is considered as a way for people to escape life when they sometimes escape social media to(?) life!?
But as I didn't find the name of place following "escape" is followed by a preposition in order to mention the other place, I'm wondering if it is correct to structure it like that with the preposition "to".
I'm thinking of another way to form the second part:
...when they sometimes use life to escape social media.
I think this one is correct, but I'm more interested in the first one.
Therefore, what is the correct preposition that can reside between the place you are escaping from and the place you are going to if it was possible for the sentence to be structured in that way?