The Drug of Our Generation

We live in an age where everything is digitalised, which has become progressively worse throughout this unprecedented pandemic. We turn to social media to seek validation to boost our own self-esteem in something as small as shares on a post, retweets on tweets, and likes on photos. But have you noticed how that small boost in self-esteem is temporary? It seems as though we have been raised to post on social media to impress people rather than to impact people to the point where trolls can really damage a person’s image and mental health. For something that was created to keep people so connected, it ironically also makes people feel so disconnected – disconnected with themselves, with their friendships, and with strangers.

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