Where prominence takes them to show off their ‘lush lifestyles’,normal people usually use them to document their movements on social media sites. Hence,I assume figuring out the ‘selfie’ bent being talked about wouldn’t have been that hard to consider. Legend has it,too much of anything is bad for you. Tossing around a similar situation,could your selfie addiction be a sign of mental illness?
More than a mental disorder,it is more of a foolish reality of the times we live in and like icing add the toxin of selfie-hood.Not only do individuals obsessed with taking selfies tend to feel their personal lives and psychological well-being are damaged, but they may feel that relationships with others are impaired.Not forgetting experts have linked selfies with mental illness and have suggested that people regularly searching for the perfect angle from which to portray themselves could in some cases be infirm.
As per evident studies,‘Selfies frequently trigger perceptions of self-indulgence or attention seeking social dependence that raises the ‘damned-if-you-do and damned-if-you-don’t’ spectre of either narcissism or very low self-esteem.’As much as it rings a bell, I believe that excessive or provocative taking of selfies is a form of ‘acting out’ in young people and can be a cry for help,worthy of being brought into light.Seeking attention probably being its primitive cause.
The big problem with the rise of digital narcissism is that it puts enormous pressure on people to achieve unfeasible goals, without making them hungrier.While people may feel that comparing selfie taking to addiction is too dramatic, it is a scientifically sound claim that few, if any, mental health professionals would dispute. The most important thing to remember is that selfies, just like everything else in the world, are best done in moderation.Think of it,could your selfie addiction be a sign of mental illness?Whatever your answer to that would be,don’t forget to answer my question please.