Especially if they’re not actually amazing, but curated, as they tend to be. Thin facades in front of lives otherwise banal, cracked, a little worn down, or in the worst cases, facades masking full blown depression, sadness, dysfunctional families.

Social media isn’t inherently evil or bad, but it certainly rewards the winner, does not laud the “loser.” In a world where “loser” is anyone not living a glamorous or unblemished life, most all of us fall into the category, assume others don’t, and feel the very real weight of that very artificial distance.

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