Dear social networks, stop telling me how to love myself

Every blogger and their mother share a step-by-step guide to self-love with their followers

Don't get me wrong, love is self-love, it's just ironic, like the same medium that promotes unenforceable standards of life, tells me that it's not to be perfect. For context-

We lost touch with ourselves to the point that we created a demand for people to teach us how to value reality again?

These mixed signals are difficult to trace, but my real problem is: why is such a large market for self-love? We lost touch with ourselves to the point that we created a demand for people to teach us how to value reality again? Looks like

To a popular report, a UK-out

It's called "comparison and desperation" -- and it sounds like

Although the report does not define the exact cause of mental illness,

Viewing photos and videos that are heavily photoshopped or faked can cause or exacerbate fear

In perfectly curved images, these applications are created

So, completely rejecting the social media, defining the aspect of the millennial culture, is actually the answer to this burst of mental illness? Probably not. But the connection between them is significant. Social networks have their own pitfalls, and we have to stop ourselves because of the satellite Internet reality with daily life

In an era of alternative facts, we need to be critical to the media that we have, even if it's just a fitness selfie. We reach a certain point where we rely on social networks for more than personal use

Then if I could go to the mall and trade my legs for a couple of new, I would

We are not only using social networks to create our own reality, but also relying on it to accurately report the global situation. No wonder that the line between reality and the online world is becoming increasingly difficult to see

At the age of seventeen, I did not think to criticize the media in which I was pierating myself, what did I do 17 years ago?

For example, as a teenager, 2013, my basis for reality is based on painting cards, diets and progressive karticks that I saw in the Instagram accounts that I tracked. And if I could go to the mall and trade my legs for a couple of new, I'd have. The gap between the troubles and the transwarts must be the same as the presence of a pair of white compant or a backpack

At seventeen years I didn' t think critically to analyze the media that I put in. (What makes seventeen years ago?) Fortunately, as the line between reality and what appears to us on social media continues to be dirty, an important shift is taking place

In recent times, persons with access to the Internet have hacked into the fourth wall of social networks. The popular Alexis Wren is a new model

Alexis, or any person with mental illness, is not obliged to share his fight against the world

In the video of Alexis and Jay, and in the picture and drawing, the image of their inspired and admirable way of life is highlighted in the work on the globe; there is no information that darkness can lead to the experience of a human being

Alexis, or any person with mental illness, is not obliged to share his fight against the world. However, as a prominent figure in social media that can influence how young people see themselves, they bear a heavy responsibility. Alexis emphasise that it is a desire to compare themselves with people in social networks that can make it toxic. She wants her supporters to know and know about it

Whether or not she knows it, Gabby's openness is important to the online environment, which is gradually becoming much more real

I understand the irony that you read it on the Internet. But the fact that online peace has been eliminated is an understanding that good and bad things can happen to us at the same time. We are too often looking at the allocation of people through completely supervised file-making photos, and they are subconsciously making us believe that life should be alive all the time

We are not walking on Instagram messages, which are frozen on time at the "perfect" moment. We all have bad corners and hard days. It's human experience-something real. We don't need social media to remind us of this

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Gabriella is a former competitor and current student at Western University. The study of kinestheology and creative writing, of course, its hobbies include lifting weights and peas e.e Cummings points (at the same time)