How Social Media Seriously Harms Your Mental Health

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Social media forms a major part in the lives of millions of people all over the world. However, despite all its advantages, social media still has ways of harming our mental health. Various studies have shown social media to be a leading cause of depression and all sorts of emotional trauma all over the world, among other negative effects. We’ll be discussing some of the reasons why social media is bad for mental health.

Social Media: Open This Pandora’s Box At Your Risk

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It is now universally accepted that social media is an addiction more harmful than cigarettes, alcohol, and hard drug. The entire gamut of social networks works as sugar-coated poison. This article aims to show you the bad side of social media. And for this purpose, we have divided the content into five major parts: Social, Political, Psychological, Health, and Financial. Social. The overdose of social media has created this disconnect.

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6 Ways to Deal With an Insecure Partner

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With the huge pressures that life can put on relationships — from work-related stress to health issues, becoming parents and even social media — it’s no wonder many of us feel insecure at times. It could be leftover pain from a previous romance, your partner’s sense of self-worth or something you have done or continue to do. If your partner is generally jealous and needy, this could stem from their past experiences and overall level of self-esteem.

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Body Image Awareness: How to Talk to Your Kids About Body Image and Health

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Cultural influences are strong and in a world where social media creates unrealistic body image standards, children as young as six years old can be sensitive about their weight. Eventually, this can lead to severe problems, like low self-esteem and even eating disorders. Additionally, children who are overweight are often bullied or excluded by their peers, often leading to isolation, low self-esteem, and mental health disorders.

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How to Get Ahead at Work Without a College Degree

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All of that is to say, don’t let your lack of a degree be a point of self-sabotage. That was before social media was even a thing. If not having your degree is weighing heavily on your self-esteem or if you simply want to have the experience of higher-education, I personally believe there’s never any drawback to learning. When I was growing up, there was never a question about whether or not I would go to college. The only question was, where ?

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