The beauty industry is worth billions of dollars just in the US. But do today’s beauty trends really help women become more attractive or do they ruin their self-esteem and perception of themselves? Do they help us uncover our authentic inner beauty or force us into striving for its fake superficial version? Today’s society thrives on the cult of fakeness – fake beauty, fake kindness, fake relationships. Being an authentic version of yourself seems to be out of fashion. We need to live, look and
Clingy people are not always easy to deal with, it can be hard to know exactly what constitutes clingy and hard to deal with it. No one wants to be the clingy one in a relationship, nor do they want to deal with clingy people. It can be hard to know what to do or how to deal with clingy people. Sometimes because we may not realize someone is clingy before it is too late. Sometimes it’s because we aren’t sure what to do when
The combination of social media and relationships can be damaging, to say the least. A certain amount of genuine connection can be lost. Finding love and keeping love in today’s world is difficult. When it comes to social media and relationships there are twice the amount of issues than before love was displayed online. Let's face it, putting a spotlight on relationships and being available to the world changes things and tests the strength of unions. How social media affects love Social media has done
An emotional affair can be just as dangerous and destructive to a relationship as a physical one. It is a sign that your partner feels unfulfilled in the relationship as it currently stands. There are, however, distinct differences between an emotional affair and a physical affair, which is the reason that people react to them differently. Many see emotional affairs as simply a symptom of a problem within the relationship rather than actually cheating, but either way, it means there is an issue that needs
Internet addiction is one of the numerous mental health conditions that affect people today. It makes sense why, since we live in the society which cultivates a constant need for validation. Without a doubt, the internet and social media have changed the way we live. However, there’s definitely a dark side to the internet, and prolonged social media use can oftentimes be quite damaging. Just think about the addictive reward cycles of notifications and likes. You can easily find yourself spending more time online than
Social media users are notorious for poor online conduct. The sweet-tempered secretary who greets you at the office may have a nasty online persona. She is among the social media users who behave one way online, and quite another off. Why the 'split personality? What are the effects of errant conduct on Facebook and Twitter? Why people misbehave on social media? Psychologists attribute it to the Online Disinhibition Effect. Simply put, being on the internet and social media allows people to do as they please.
Social media addiction is more real and dangerous than you could imagine. Could you be suffering? Here are some signs to help you find out. Do you constantly reach for your phone? Do you get that sense of panic when you can’t find it? Are your friends and family constantly competing for your attention? These are some of the signs of social media addiction. Social media has integrated itself into every aspect of our lives, and Instagram has found to be one of the worst
An attention seeker is someone who acts solely in a way that is geared towards garnering the attention of other people. The attention they get makes them feel better about themselves, boosts their self-esteem, and it doesn’t matter if that attention is good or bad. Some people can’t help but seek attention, and they can mistake it for earning people’s respect. However, some attention seekers are willing to sink to devious levels just to get the attention. Here are ten ways you can spot an