Putting Myths About Social Media to the Test

Do not believe everything you see on social media.

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Almost every twentysomething has at least one social media platform with which they interact. Most of us kickstarted our social media presence by putting ourselves up on Facebook before doing the same on other social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest, etc.

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A lifelong introvert, minimalist and nonconformist who writes about self-improvement, relationships & mental health topics.

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