There’s no way to deny it – Social media is a huge part of our daily lives. It’s a useful tool to connect millions of individuals around the world and it’s great for sharing opinions and thoughts about, well, basically anything.
In my business its the Escorting World….. I do enjoy twitter occasionally for updates and to share some of myself to the twitter world. But I am low key.
I don’t know how I feel about this idea of, ‘Now, I’m eating dinner, and I want everyone to know that I’m having dinner at this time’ or who and what I am doing on my dates.’ That, to me, is a very strange phenomenon. I can’t think of anything I’d rather do less than have to continuously share details of my everyday life. But I’d rather that people had less access to my personal life.
I prefer live interaction and I truly enjoy writing in my blog!!!
Many insecure people fall into this trap and rely on social media to mask insecurities. In reality, however, doing this only magnifies insecurities.
I can’t tell you how many people who scroll through the same person’s profile pictures over and over again.your social media is meant to be your page. Stop stalking other people — it’s a waste of your time. Just do you!
Imagine this scenario – you post a photo or a status and every hour (or more), you scroll through your list of people who liked whatever it is that you posted. It might sound a bit extreme, but people do it constantly.
There’s nothing wrong with posting things on social media, but there’s a lot wrong with obsessing over whether or not people approve of what you post. Who cares if someone “liked” your status or not? Who cares if you don’t get as many “likes” for your default photo as your friend? Who cares if no one retweeted your tweet?
Insecure people are always seeking some kind of approval for the things they do, but in reality, it shouldn’t matter if someone likes something you posted or not. Part of being confident means being able to post things without seeking approval. Stop caring about the “likes.”
If you like what you posted, it doesn’t matter who else does or doesn’t.
So long as you can fully remember the great experience you had, it shouldn’t matter if you post anything. Only you need to enjoy the moment. Who cares about what other people think of what you did?