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The introvert’s guide to social engagement

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November 14, 2018
  • By: Matthew Solan, Executive Editor, Harvard Men's Health Watch

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Alesio Sambora
November 15, 2018

All That Social Media May Boost Loneliness, Not Banish It
https://consumer.healthday.com/public-health-information-30/social-network-health-news-779/all-that-social-media-may-boost-loneliness-not-banish-it-739651.html
For the billions of young people who seek community and connection on social media, new research warns their search may be in vain.

Instead, spending too much time on Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram may actually increase the risk of depression and loneliness.

Gary Holyoke
November 19, 2018

It would all vary on why on Facebook a lot of time it’s a social media platform with lots of rooms so finding the right people to chat with and make business connections and try to also advertise causes a lot of different problems cause of bombardment of views and opinions. My business is now at this time photography of flowers and stuff for sale in print form so I find myself taking pictures and editing them and uploading them. So in turn I spend lots of time on computer and being introvert my brain gets to many voices in such trying to organize the internet and my personal stuff. Now trying to get to advertising it is also causing problem. cause the pictures I trying to sell are for home and office, and talking to people is hard cause of tinnitus from sorta solitude of work.

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