Get over yourselves
AGLOBAL cyber security company has revealed that some people sink deep into depression after seeing pictures friends share of their good lives.
As friends showcase their “happy” lives by posting various holiday destinations they visit, delicious food they eat and fashionable clothes and other expensive items, there are those among us who apparently get overwhelmed.
Social media has turned us into a superficial society.
It’s one thing to feel a tinge of jealousy when a friend or acquaintance posts pictures revealing their abs or toned behind due to the 1 000 situps and squats they do per day. But it’s totally another to get yourself depressed just because a friend received more likes than you because their eyebrows are on fleek, or their fake hair looks better than the previous weave.
Reality is, social-media people only reveal what they want you to see, so stop hurting yourself over petty issues.