Essay on Social Media Addiction
students interact (Weinstein, 2011).
Also, these people may be using the internet as a form of a low-risk social approach and an opportunity to rehearse social behavior and communication skills (Weinstein, 2010). However, relying on this approach has been shown to lead to social anxiety and discontent with peer interactions. Some adverse consequences could be arguments, lying, poor achievement, social isolation and even fatigue. Whatever the reason is for people to become addicted, it is likely to increase