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Materialistic world fuels peer pressure and youth anger

These are the consequences of social media expectations

Undoubtedly, we are in a mental health crisis as a country that needs a national conversation. Part of this problem is our fixation with social media and the amount of control it has on our lives.

Of course, social media has provided great opportunities for all of us to communicate across borders quickly. It has also reconnected us with family and friends we thought we’d never see again...

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