Facebook can make you MISERABLE. So suggests a study from the University of Copenhagen.
According to this BBC article, excessive social media use can create feelings of envy and depression. They particularly take aim at “lurking”.
Let’s face it, people jump at the chance to makes status updates about themselves partying, buying new cars, getting job promotions, and traveling. It creates “unrealistic social comparisons”. Basically, you compare your life to their “portrayed” life and you end up feeling like shit.
Any time you compare your life to someone else’s, it’s a losing battle. You need to only focus on your own life and doing what you can to better it.
The study suggests using social media to interact and not “lurk”. That makes sense. The same goes for real life. If you go to a night club, interact with others. Don’t be the creepy guy by himself in the corner gawking at everyone.
The moral of the story is to:
Here’s a video by Tripp of Tripp Advice on how to tell if a girl might be cheating on you.
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TMZ routinely does a “‘Memba Them?!” feature on their site where they show a picture of a pop culture icon of the past that people haven’t seen in a while. It basically consists of an old picture of the star with a blurb about what they did back in the day to be famous. Then they show a current picture along with an update on what they’re up to now or a snide comment.
Today, they featured Mystery (AKA Erik Von Markovik) who was the subject of Neil Strauss’s book “The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists“, author of “The Mystery Method: How to Get Beautiful Women Into Bed“, and former host/judge on VH1’s ‘The Pickup Artist’.
It starts with a “before” picture of Mystery circa 2007 with the text:
Want to get into high-end clubs? You know, night clubs that everyone wants to get into. But you can’t get past the snooty bouncers at the door. They’re often highly selective on who they open the velvet rope for.
It’s sometimes hard enough to get in if you’re a hot, young girl. But it’s next to impossible if you’re a dude and not rich or famous.
Well, Alex Social made a video with some tips. Alex was formally a well known instructor for RSD (Real Social Dynamics). About a year and a half ago, he decided to leave and instruct on his own.