Things said and done in the digital world can have real life consequences.

For example, you trolling your social media feed instead of paying attention to your most loved possession in the world, your child as you sit at the intersection. Or even the case of the woman who thought it was okay to disparage someone on social media and was served with a $1.1 million dollar defamation judgment against her because of her commentary.

What about the increase in clinical depression linked to exposure to social and digital media? What about the kids being sent into the real world thinking they are inadequate because of something they saw on the internet?

You don't even need to see the scientific research to know it doesn't feel good when someone doesn't "like" your post.

Nobody is listening.

But they don't have to be, because it's not the real world. In the real world we face real life consequences for our actions even if done on a digital platform.

This is why it's so critical for you to understand if you even need to be on these systems and if you are, what exactly are you doing on them?

I know it's hard to admit it, but you must if you are going to become human again and un-addict yourself from these platforms before the consequences get worse.

Remember, all of these platforms have your data and you don't care what they do with your data because you're already in the system.

What if they chose to use it against you?

It has already happened and more of it is coming the more this technology evolves.

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