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Social Networks Can Be Harmful

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Social Networking Can Be Harmful
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Social networking is not as great as it seems, it can be harmful. There are more than 8 million users on Facebook per day, and they are not all good people not to mention it can be addictive also. Remember to always control your privacy, avoid psychology disorders from overuse of social networking sites, and educating your child about social networks.

Social Networking Can Be Harmful
Just about everyone uses a social networking site, whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, or Google Plus. New sites are always coming out, but are we thinking about what is best for our while being when using them? Some people seem to think that they are overwhelming and consume the priority of some people’s lives. The aspects to why social networking can be harmful to both adults and children are endless, but yet we keep using them. Psychology Disorders from Using Social Networks

The first reason why social networks are harmful to a person is because it can cause psychology disorders. Research has shown that using social networks daily can cause psychology disorders. It can become addictive, and some go through withdrawal symptoms from not being able to use their favorite social network. It has also been proven that a strong presence in social networking can show more signs including, but not limited to, anti-social behaviors, anxiety, and depression. In a time that we live in where Internet devices are always on and meeting face-to-face is becoming rarer and rarer we need to back reduce our social networking use, if only for our own health, or our children’s health. It is not necessary to update your page with every single thing you do, nobody needs to know where you are at all times, you should cut back if not only for privacy issues. Control Your Privacy

The second reason why social networks can be harmful is because you may not always know what kind of privacy you’re getting. Social networking...