Oct 01, 2015

Stop Oversharing on Social Media — Society Letters

We are all guilty of over sharing on social media. It’s human nature to want to share our lives with one another, whether it be good or bad. We love for people to see how happy we are, and we love to get sympathy when things aren't going so well.  Several years ago I was on Facebook for a short while, and when I got into a messy situation, Facebook was a key ingredient in making my...

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