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Social Media Creates A False Reality

How Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook promote a false image

Social Media creates a false reality
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Nobody acts the same in person as they do on social media. You’re behind a screen so people have the feeling that they can do or say anything they want.

Apps like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat are all just highlights of someone’s lifestyle that have one purpose only and…

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Sean Peck

Sean Peck

Content writer on self-improvement, writing on Medium, and social media/business marketing

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