In an age of social interconnectedness—where people share their lives to a public audience of friends, family, and strangers alike—we are presented with daily images of a carefully moderated Utopia. Friends post photos of their exotic travels, classmates announce their impressive achievements, and celebrities share glimpses of a world we’ll never experience. This constant barrage of happiness and success can cause many to be disillusioned. Because most people post content based on how they would like to be perceived, we play along with the lie that social media tells us: that we are our accomplishments....

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Social Media and the Pursuit of Happiness

July 29, 2015

In an age of social interconnectedness—where people share their lives to a public audience of friends, family, and strangers alike—we are presented wi...

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