Social media is a powerful source of having a deep insight of the charismatic digital world. Social media offers easy access to technological innovations and the user gets on and on with the growing trends on social media platforms.
The digital world looks so glamorous from the onset that a teen gets entangled in the glides and glitters of the technological revolutions.
An adolescent has the ability of ‘catching fires’ and getting rusty, time and again, while using social media applications.
Social media becomes a source of inspiration for some odd reasons, and over use, misuse and amateur levels of control over thoughts and feelings, the teen starts feeling digitally motivated but mentally done and dusted.
The pool of social media is filled with enormous treasures such as group chats, hash tags, comments, pokes, comments, individual chats and fancy approaches to portray one are distracters in disguise for a teen and he soon becomes a victim of mental disorder.
Depression and anxieties are common in modern day teens. Social isolation are common, rebellious thoughts and criminal approaches are prevalent.
Drug abuse has shackled the roots of the modern societies very badly. Teens and young ones uses drugs as tranquilizers to appease their minds and satisfy their superficial feelings which took control of them over a period of time because of ‘childish’ and miscalculated approach towards social media platforms.
Social media has all the positivity’s associated with it, but teens exploit this all important communication tool to extradite their minds and sensations off all stresses and strains which pop out from everywhere in their real world.
So they sneak into the digital world to feel the aroma which temporarily satisfies and lavishes their aspirations and soon fall apart.
Parental control, guidance is necessary before a teen makes his way to digital world. Secondly parents must not demand and expect too much out of their children in terms of glories, triumphs in careers.
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