Social media tends to shame a person for not having enough fun, not to be having all great things thus shutting people off. Social media leads people to pretend to be someone else leading a perfect, glamours life. Under this pretense, there is no real connection. When all are sucked into others’ fairytale, nobody speaks to one another in real life. So disagree with you for so many reasons. I used to smile and then I worked at Subway shirt I have recently been without Facebook for 6 months. Can’t say it was bad. But there are definitely things that cannot be replaced. For example, specialized groups on Facebook is the main reason I am here. Most of the time I find out about things like events, recommendations, places to visit, offers, news on Facebook. For example, there are amazing groups where you can put the advertisement free of charge. Facebook helped me to find some former classmates that I haven’t seen for many years. I don’t use other social media apart of Facebook
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Overall, socially speaking it would be a tremendous achievement, people would reconnect with each other on a much more profound level they would also reconnect with nature, and that in itself is a major component to healing physically, mentally, I used to smile and then I worked at Subway shirt and psychologically. People would learn how to have more meaningful, one on one conversations, learn to look each other in the eyes, and most importantly become good listeners.
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This whole media thing can be extremely crucial for world priorities, and the such but the majority of humans use it to talk about themselves, me, me, me. People crave attention and acceptance because somewhere down the line their parents failed in teaching them self-worth and value or children just simply didn’t catch on and parents did not pick up on it. We are the product of our upbringing and unfortunately not all parents are good teachers, somewhere down the line they’ve muddled their priorities.and because of this clingy, insecure, and lonely individuals are the by-product.