Posts tagged ScreenTime
A False Sense of Connectivity Part Three: Beauty and Social Expectation in Children

Regardless of this new social expectation; people may not be adequately educated on the effects of excessive media. It would be an understatement to say that asking people to eliminate social media is effective. We have to accept this majority circumstance and inform people on how their lives will adjust from it, especially when there is an involvement with the new generation of children. Bringing awareness can allow people or parents to monitor children and limit excessive types of activities and behavioral changes. This does not just include social media, but the world access of the web on forums and websites including the advertisements someone is exposed too.

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A False Sense of Connectivity Part Two: How Social Media is Catalyzing Depression

Technology is not the future; it is our present way of life. It is a necessary tool and disruptor that can't be avoided. Most institutions from the workplace and all levels of education require interaction with technology and screens. Social expectations increase this exposure time through social media in someone's downtime, regardless of age. While we are well aware of its connectivity benefits, are we aware of the health risks?

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