The Ever-Evolving World of Catfishing

Catfishing has taken on newer lifeforms where victims get more entangled and confused.

Modern catfishers will show their faces and bodies and still con people — Photo by HP Koch on Unsplash

I work for a mental health service and I have spent many years volunteering in the mental health space prior to this point. When volunteering, I had a chilling instance where I realized that the person on the other end was a possible victim of catfishing.




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Synthia Stark

Synthia Stark

Canadian Mental Health Professional | 5x Top Writer | Writing about mental health, psychology, science, etc.

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