Young people and social networks
Nowadays we can’t live without social networks, with only a click of a button you’re connected to the world.
This is how many young people have gotten lost.
Many haven’t used moderation in how much time they spend on the internet, on what they see and whom they talk to.
They go meet with people who they’ve only spoken to on the internet. They don’t stop to think that this person may have lied about their identity.
Not to mention those youths whose behavior completely change after spending many hours online.
They become violent, rebellious, and even stop eating because they spend hours, days in front of the computer.
They no longer have time for their family, friends, to play sports, etc. They stop doing what is healthy to be in front of the computer.
It’s not that it’s wrong to use the computer, because it’s a great working tool, and it facilitates many things. Whether it’s a school project, to communicate with someone, to send an email, etc. But it has to be use with moderation, nothing exaggerated to the point of losing track of time.
Studies have shown that most young people who spend too much time in front of a computer have the tendency to be depressed and anxious.
Therefore, youths, let’s use precaution so that your health and future aren’t jeopardized.
Let’s have balance, and if you see that you’re spending too many hours in front of a computer and can’t control it, seek help.
If you’re getting to know someone over the internet, it is better to cut it off now, while there is still time, before you regret it and it’s too late.
This post is a warning, stop now and think, see if you’re going down this path. A path that may lead you to a dead end!