• How Wanting ‘Likes’ on Social Media Is Killing Our Capacity for Actual Joy (Infographic)

     

    http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/243924A new study has found that, for many, being liked on social media is more important than being liked in reality, which can lead to odd behavior and an inability to enjoy life in the moment. The online survey of more than 1,600 participants concluded that we have become social media trophy hunters — with 58 percent of respondents claiming that attempting to hone the perfect post has prevented them from enjoying life. Perhaps worst of all is that 79 percent of respondents reported witnessing parents neglect events in the lives of their children in the name of a good share.

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