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If you find changes in mood and/or spending less time doing activities they enjoyed earlier these can also be indicators of a problem in your kids. The simple act of making funny faces to please everyone and your own self becomes an obsession to be perfect every time you pose in front of the camera. You can be sure that the act has become dangerous if they are increasingly more negative about themselves or their appearance. That’s also when they start to spend time taking that perfect snap again and again. Physically think how monotonous that can become. Also, even after repeated attempts to “beautify” if we fail, it can again damage our own self-esteem and digital image. Sometimes an imperfect picture also invites lot of cyber bullying, trolling or many such unpleasant experiences. Many studies also prove that consistent selfies damage once skin, mind and other vital human organs.
How to prove to our kids that Selfies can be Deadlier than Shark Deaths?
What makes any Selfie a picture perfect is nothing but the comfort and happiness of the person taking Selfies!