Social Networking: “How Does It Affect My Life?”

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Nowadays, social networking has been taking a big part in our lives especially through the existence of gadgets that helps us to access programs such as; twitter, Face book, MySpace and many more. Did you know that fifty-four percent of companies prohibit the use of social networking, but fifty-seven percent of employees admit to using social networks during work time for personal use? And twenty percent of all divorce cases are directly caused by Face book. Complaints about inappropriate conversations, or just plain jealousy between couples, end a marriage that could’ve blossomed into a new family tree. People who live in the same household can’t even talk to each other anymore. Do u parents realize that if you want your child to come to the kitchen for supper, they will have to post something in their social networking programs advising so? It seems as if a person has lost its effectiveness towards their verbal skills.

This question that says: “Does social networking affect our lives?” has been asked by many people around the world, even has risen during the past few years, as people tend to find social networks more familiar and relying their lives into it. I believe social networking makes people act differently since they pretend to be someone they’re not through writing. By this, it can lead to bullying and bullying can lead to stress/depression.

First of all, let’s talk about the impacts of social networking to our lives in general. I think every minute someone is logged on, the further they are becoming unaware of the world. They become addicted to the websites after logged on for a while. Social networking sites make children and adults tired and having an unhealthy routine. We as students are beginning to procrastinate our work and waste our times on the networks, instead of school work, and other things we should be focusing. Also the issue of cyber bullying that has risen in the past couple of years because of the popularity of social networking....
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