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The irony of portraying a life via social media. A veneer of illusion brushed over reality. I know it well since I work in this field yet I’m often fooled by it too. We can be so busy living our lives that we forget or have no time to update our social media accounts. Thus, seemingly living a “quiet” life when we’re anything but. On the contrary, our Facebook or IG accounts are inundated with post after post trying to quell loneliness or escape from an unhappy reality.
I’m guilty of relying on social media to keep up to date with my friends’ lives thinking that they must be having a grand time (plenty of happy vacation shots) only to find out that their world imploded from within and that they were desperately unhappy. I’ve learnt to go back to basics. I now pick up the phone to call just to touch base.
I have a love-hate relationship with social media. After all, it opened up a world of opportunities for me and also allowed me to make friends from all over the world. There are times when I feel exhausted trying to keep up with it all. The comparison thing is real too. If seasoned adults struggle with this, it must be even worse for teens.