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How Social Media Is Pushing The Narrative Of Depression And Anxiety

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Social media is poisoning their minds.

Nowadays, Social media has a direct role to play in influencing symptoms of depression and anxiety in the minds of our youth. Like every child, teen, and young adult has a smartphone, and with that smartphone comes an accessory of applications that ruin and push them to adopt certain traits that are harmful to…




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