The Activity going on in the brain at this point is being effected by the frontal lobe. They don't acknowledge who they are becoming from the choices they are making they only see what they want to see. Our Identity be- gins to form starting in early childhood. It forms from interacting with your parents and experiencing things. It forms from watching other and copying there acts. It is made to be part of the society we don't acknowledge but we all know is there. A great psychologist (Erik Erikson )took these changing identities into account when conducting his basic theories . (Eric Erikson) puts a great emphasis on the need to fit in . “He says that a child strives to feel like their part of something more then what they are . They may feel awkward about their bodies making their identities harder to cope with , Many children find themselves in situations of fright.” This statement made by (Eric Erikson )so many years ago makes you look back at your childhood and wonder if you went through these steps and needs. Because chances are you did. Much of the time people don't realize how much they take to heart especially when it comes to communicating online. You are not face to face with the other person. The connection isn't being made. Causing unintentional boundaries to be crossed .
As (Sherry Turkle )points out in “Connected but alone”.We use what we want