Pic­tures Are De­cep­tive

Health & Nutrition - - HAIR CARE -

More than half of mil­len­ni­als pre­tend that their re­la­tion­ship is hap­pier than it ac­tu­ally is, ac­cord­ing to a new study. The re­search sug­gests that al­most 42% use the likes of Face­book and In­sta­gram to give the im­pres­sion that their re­la­tion­ship is per­fect. Peo­ple want at­ten­tion, and pos­i­tive sto­ries are likely to be cel­e­brated, liked and com­mented on. In other cases, some feel pres­sured to dis­play suc­cess for fear of com­ing across as un­suc­cess­ful, and some peo­ple want to be­lieve things are go­ing well, so by cu­rat­ing a pos­i­tive im­age they at­tempt to trick them­selves into think­ing things are fine.

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