Can anyone remember what life was like before social media? Social media has evolved and has taken over our lives whether we want to admit it or not. We are suddenly competing with our “friends”, some are disguising themselves and even businesses are using it to expand their brands. But what’s deep within social media is stress. Having to abide by certain standards is stressful. Check out these lists showing how stress resides within social networking.
It’s important for parents to be aware of the nature of social media sites and how their children are using them. Parents need to monitor the use of these sites and encourage “healthy use” to avoid problems with cyberbullying.
Do you have to become friends with your co-workers on Facebook? Social media has taken over in more ways than one, one being in the workplace. We are now communicating with other professionals in real-time on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. But, it has become a struggle to cope with the invasion and uncertainty.
As social media evolves, so does cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is a serious issue and has been recognized as a threat to children and teens all across the world. Confront those who engage in this cruel act.
Building and maintaining brand loyalty is a struggle for the corporate world. Remaining consistent and aiming to succeed with your consumers is nothing short of stressful.
Social media has abruptly become a part of our every day lives. We are now interacting without the need to be present in real-time. Is this an effective approach going forward?
Social media is on the rise, especially with young adults. But what we don’t see is the competition amongst one another causing stress and situating each other for bad habits and behaviors.
Social media can be dangerous and on some level can cause stress and anxiety. We are worried about how we look in pictures, impressing people, are my pictures getting likes? But, we continue to live by this behavior every day.
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