Social media encourages posting of things we later regret

Social media encourages posting of things we later regret

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Twitter, especially, seems to capture people posting things that, ahem, do not come across well for the poster. Twitter makes it so easy to quickly post a thought – without thinking about the thought. It is if Twitter becomes an insight in to one’s true thoughts and feelings.

March 1st, 2020:

December 30, 2020:

That tweet was later deleted when this “journalist” (quote marks intentional as he spouts off like this a lot) when he was called out for his violent threat, which is prohibited on most social media platforms. Additionally, there is no scientific evidence – none at all, anywhere – that someone not wearing a mask is the cause of anyone’s death.

The above twee suggests mental health issues about anger, stress and likely other problems too.

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