Addressing the Social Media Addiction Epidemic
This is "the other" socially accepted addiction
Social media addiction is becoming increasingly prevalent worldwide as we have more uses, users, and platforms; It doesn’t help that these tech companies are getting better at attracting (and keeping) attention.
Social Media Addiction is a form of “internet addiction” that can have a detrimental effect on people's lives; we must be aware of the risks.
Balance is something I’ve yet to master.
Full Transparency Here: I still get caught up in the trap; then I'll swing in the opposite direction, then work my way back until sucked back in, only to swing all the way out again.
It’s been a vicious cycle that I continue to work on, as balancing enough with too much has never been my forte, just look at this substack:
How to Address & Correct Social Media Addiction
Social media addiction is the compulsive need to spend time on social media sites, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, TikTok, and other online platforms.
People who suffer from this addiction often feel the urge to check their accounts and post updates constantly. This can lead to a significant amount of time spent on their phones and computers, with people potentially spending hours each day and entire days glued to their devices - literally doing nothing else but letting the world see them.
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