Everyone experiences feelings when they see how others are living their lives. The question is: how do you use those feelings?
It often seems that other people’s thoughts, ideas, and creations are more important than our own.
Facebook is destructive and untrustworthy, but whose fault is it?
What version of our lives do we post on Social Media?
Over the years people have retreated from each other, preferring simpler and simpler methods of communication. Each new method reduces the emotional work of being present with another person.
Facebook started by making it possible to see what your friends were doing. But that was never going to make much money for the company.
Comparison is the thief of joy. So how do we avoid comparisons on social media?
We are all important – at least to ourselves. But how do we prove to others that we matter?
Are you bored? Here are a few perspectives on being bored.
Sometimes it can feel that we are nothing more than objects to be evaluated.