Making Accounts In All Social Media Platforms Is Nothing But Living A Life With Identity Disorder

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4. Instagram: Again a place to show off your imaginary world

Instagram is probably that one social media giant that started the trend of taking food pics. It’s a place where you take photos of delicious food, well decorated in a fancy plate and you really don’t want people to see your regular meal with no decoration. Even the selfies you take you want it to look perfect and want as many likes as you can for your self-satisfaction. Partying on every weekend, hanging out with cool buddies, who knows that it all can be just for the sake of photos.

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5. It’s easy to fake a personality in social media

Faking a personality is the easiest thing you can do in social media. This is why people complain when they start dating people after getting matched on dating apps. In your online life, you are always the best and people are your fan but you are just an introvert in real life. This can really be a problem when your wits won you a girl online, but when you start dating, the awkward silences can be a big problem.

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6. Showing fun or having fun?

You are always busy in showing your followers that you are having a great time. You like to share each and every single detail about you, from the check-ins to the places you are going to eat. Basically, your whole life is on social media. People think that you are the coolest and only person who is having fun but this is another example of identity disorder. You are just being selective about yourself and hiding some harsh realities of life.

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