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The Downfall of Social Media to Your Life: Does it Matter?

The Downfall of Social Media to Your Life: Does it Matter? by Nancy Blackman. woman with multi colored fan as hat with different social media logos swirling around her head. social media. shortform, short story
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You might already know of attention span deficits from spending time on social media, but there are deeper issues that have led to the downfall of social connections — loneliness, anxiety, depression, self-harm, and suicidal thoughts.

Yup.

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Nancy Blackman

Nancy Blackman

6X Top Writer. Editor: The Shortform, MIDFORM, CRY Magazine. Owner: Refresh the Soul. Published in “Mixed Korean: Our Stories.” https://www.325kamra.org/buy.

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