Usage of 'nor'

I have seen many people using the word ‘regarding’ in place of almost all the prepositions. They don’t use ‘about’. They don’t use ‘with’, nor ‘on’. They are obsessed with ‘regarding’.

Can someone please correct the above paragraph?

I have seen many people using the word ‘regarding’ in place of almost all the prepositions. They don’t use ‘about’. They use neither ‘with’ nor ‘on’. They are obsessed with ‘regarding’.

FYI
neither … (n)or. As a conjunction neither is properly followed by nor, not or, in formal style: Neither prayers nor curses (not or curses) did any good.
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When using neither in a balanced construction that negates two parts of a sentence, you must use nor, not or, in the second part. Thus you must say He is neither able nor (not or) willing to go. Similarly, you must use nor (not or) when negating the second of two negative independent clauses: He cannot find anyone now, nor does he expect to find anyone in the future. Jane will never compromise with Bill, nor will Bill compromise with Jane.

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Can someone please help me with this? Is my paragraph grammatically correct?