This impact is what causes the insecurities and questionings to girls and boys.
These misleading pictures of how bodies, relationships, houses, cars, etc.
Not only is social media misleading, it is also very unimportant.
Aside from the news part of the sites, a majority of the posts are extremely insignificant and unimportant to our world.
As important as connection via the internet can be, social media does not have to be the primary source for teenagers.
The average teenager spends a minimum of 2 hours and 20 minutes on social media every day.
It’s almost sickening knowing that teenagers base their insecurities around how many likes they get.
The false perception of life portrayed all over social media is misleading towards teens and not worth the effort to filter.
Now social networking involves sharing stories, photos, and involves the use of apps as well as messaging to communicate with others.
This type of social networking did not become popular until the year 2003 when My Space and Friendster were launched.