Social media was such a positive thing. Wasn’t it supposed to bring us together, help us communicate, and push us forward as a society? However, social media is just another tool we can use to enhance our lives positively or negatively.
Yes, you can transfer negative energy while using social media.
It’s common to come away from social media with a downer feeling. Social media is full of people posting about the most amazing things—their great vacations, their amazing new jobs, their beautiful kids—and those posts can make us feel like we’re not doing enough with our lives and that we don’t have as much going for us as others do.
One reason is that we tend to look at other people’s posts and compare ourselves to them. We might see someone who looks happier, has more things than us, or has more friends than us and feels terrible about ourselves.
Another reason for this is that there are many ways that social media has been shown to make us feel worse about ourselves. For example, checking Instagram and seeing all the fantastic places your friends have traveled to, and the incredibly cool things they’re doing can make you feel like an outsider. You may even start feeling jealous of these things or your friends’ happiness, which could lead to isolation and depression.
It’s important to remember that everyone has their struggles. Just because someone else looks like they have it all together doesn’t mean they don’t have any problems or bad days. And even if they seem to be doing better than you are, at least some of the time, it doesn’t mean they always will be doing better than you or that there isn’t room for both of your lives to improve over time!
Social media insecurity is happening to most people. You may think you are the only one who feels this way, but I promise you’re not.
We all know that social media is considered an excellent tool for communication and connecting with other people from all over the world. Still, it can also negatively impact your mental health if you don’t use it in moderation.
Many people are insecure about their posts and how others will perceive them, which leads them to post less. This can make you feel insecure about your own life because you don’t see the things that other people post.
However, there is a way to transfer positive energy through social media. You can do this by posting more often and being confident in your share. You may not have as many followers as some people, but you’ll still make an impact on those who do follow you.
It’s important to remember that social media isn’t real life; it’s just a platform where you can share what’s going on with others worldwide.
We live in a world where the news is filled with stories of conflict, violence, and terrorism. It can be hard to avoid the constant stream of harmful content around us—especially when you’re trying to stay informed about what’s happening in the world.
But there are ways to stay informed without being depressed or overwhelmed by it all.
First, remember that the news is meant to sell papers and get people to watch television shows. It’s only sometimes accurate or unbiased, as it needs to appeal to a broad audience for advertisers to buy ad space. So be critical of what you hear! Be aware of how much time you spend consuming harmful content, and try not to let it affect your mood or outlook on life too much.
Also, remember that some news stories are just mean-spirited and probably not worth your time! If something makes you angry or upset, take a break from reading it until you can approach it with a level head and clear mind (or skip over it altogether).
If you’re looking to avoid negative energy on social media, the first thing you should do is take a look at your behavior.
There are many reasons for negativity on social media. Whatever the reason, it’s important to remember that other people are not as angry or upset as you think. They might share their opinions, but that doesn’t mean you must take them personally or let them affect your mood.
We can block them on social media or at least unfollow them. That way, we won’t be able to see their posts anymore. If you don’t want to unfollow them because you might miss their posts, or if they are your friends and family members, just block them so they cannot see them. If they comment on your post, you will still be able to see it, but they won’t be able to reply. You should also ensure not to engage with them because that will only worsen things!
Next, focus on positive rather than negative things when scrolling through your feed. If something is upsetting in front of you, just scroll past it without reading it! You don’t have to absorb other people’s negativity into your life if better things are out there waiting for you! I offer life coaching services to improve different areas of your life, feel free to contact me for a free consultation.