Do you believe in a false glow on social networks?
March 20, 2019 11:57am CST
Good day friends. Helena fell asleep, because she got up this morning, and I will now answer all your notifications. Today Helena was talking to her parents and, as always, she did not want to talk to them. Her mom insists that we bring Helen on March 30 because Heleni is a birthday, but I really would like to celebrate her birthday here. Her mother just wants her picture for social networks, because she wants to show her life is beautiful, and I just want what's best for Helen. Do you trust images on social networks?
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• Gainesville, Florida
There's no question that people exaggerate how great their life is on social media. They want to paint a pretty picture of their life for everyone to see. That's one of the reasons I don't post a lot on social media, because I have no desire to live in a make believe world.
• United States
I never really thought about it if i saw a picture id draw a conclusion of what was going on by how the child looked or acted .. If the child looks happy id assume she was.. I hope Helena has a happy birthday either way that's what counts..
• Midland, Michigan
We can make our lives to seem whatever we want them to be on our social sites. I don't use them very much, so I miss a lot. Maybe once I retire I will watch what's shared on them more, but maybe not. Maybe I will just have to keep in touch more and see people in person rather than on the social sites. Except those that live farther away of course.