Are you posting gym selfies on social media? Guess what... Science says you are or tend to become a narcissist! Let’s be honest, each of us has at least one friend on the social media friends list who is constantly posting his or her daily routine in the gym. Or maybe that person is you?
This may seem like an obvious statement, but a new study revealed a lot about the relationships between Facebook users and their Facebook friends. The new study by Professor Robin Dunbar from Oxford University, England, showed what we may have all thought for some time: just because you have a friend on Facebook, it doesn't
There is an inspiring trend emerging in coffee shops and cafes across the country, and it is restoring my faith in humanity. Paying it forward is a new idea that has developed in cafes around the world, and its concept is very simple. You simply pay for the next person’s food or drink so that
The true meaning of love has vanished in today's society, by having virtual lives on the social media. Shakespeare wrote that “love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind”, but what if we as a generation are focusing too much on looking with the eyes, rather than our minds? We live in the
While social media is often viewed as a way to make new friends with people you have something in common with, a mounting body of evidence is accumulating that social media is bad for people in a relationship. Things can get even worse for those who are married because their social media mistakes may trigger
In today’s society, it’s easier than ever to compare yourself to others around you. People you know, people you don’t – everyone’s life seems amazing online. Comparing yourself to others can leave you drained, unhappy and ultimately insecure in yourself because you’re looking at the things that they have, that you don’t, instead of focusing on
In the era of social media, there’s more to worry about than taking a photogenic selfie. Sometimes, it feels like your personality, your values, what you’re doing with your life, and the way you talk are all on display and open for judgment. As a result, the pressure to stray from “being your true self”