I like to ask questions that bring on a discussion regarding everyday lives. Of course, every great topic comes from somewhere and "Are you Fake on Social Media?" came from an article regarding the "fakeness" that occurs on Social Media!
Elite Daily writer, Keena Alwahaidi, stated that Social Media is turning us into the Fake Generation!
She states: "The problem social media platforms have given us is we hide behind screens, allowing others to judge us for the lives we want them to think we have."
Agreed! She goes on to talk about how people say they don't like a person but still follows that person or vice versa.
There are many people who are truly living the life that they "post" about but then there are the ones who "post" a life they want others to believe.
Can you blame them? Are you posting the not so flattering picture of yourself? Are you showcasing your empty fridge?
Now I agree that the generation is hyped on what there fav celebs are doing and are trying to emulate that lifestyle but at what cost?
Most people don't want to show too much of their lives because everything isn't for everybody but how do you choose what you want to share?
Is it fake to want to keep your business your business, all the while sharing the special moments?