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Does Facebook Reflect Your True Self?

Special Thanks to Susan B Krevoy Eating Disorder Program Blog for providing us with this material. By Eliot The Internet is not real. In real life, much less choice is involved in how we present ourselves. We are who we are, and even if we try to hide our secrets, they have a way of surfacing in subtle ways. Online, we can pick and choose exactly what we present to our ‘friends’ and how we present it. Our online selves are mostly trim and tidy, we allow sloppiness if it’s tasteful and mildly self-deprecating. Even the most blithe Facebook user has removed an unflattering tag or two. But for young people who’ve never known a world without Facebook, the Internet is very real. A recent study conducted by Florida State University found a … Read entire article »

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