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Facebook addiction linked to staking your self-worth on social acceptance
An initial survey of 337 participants with an active Facebook account found that social acceptance contingencies were positively related to Facebook addiction symptoms.

In other words, people who agreed with statements such as “My self-esteem depends on the opinions others hold of me” tended to also agree with statements such as “I spend a lot of time thinking about Facebook”, “I am using Facebook in order to forget my personal problems”, and “I use Facebook so much that it has had a negative impact on my job or studies.”
facebook  psychology  research 
yesterday by Chirael
YouTube -- Alexander Grace: The Psychology of Dominance & Submission
"It doesn't matter what the conscious mind claims to believe, our sexuality always reveals the raw truth about our beliefs."
psychology  shame  shadow  sexuality 
yesterday by adamcrowe
YouTube -- [Alain de Botton]: The Appeal of Lonely Places
'Some of us feel most at home not in obviously beautiful or homely places, but in desolate, melancholy ones, places that are vast, barren, bleak or isolated. These places speak to our souls and deserve to be celebrated as our true homes.'
psychology  solitude  ownlife  awe 
yesterday by adamcrowe

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