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Social media has become an integral part of modern life, with millions of young people using various platforms daily. While social media provides several benefits, including connectivity, entertainment, and educational resources, there is growing concern about its impact on the psychological well-being of young people. How does social media influence the psychology of youngsters, including their self-esteem, relationships, and overall mental health? What are some of the negative effects of excessive social media use, such as addiction, cyberbullying, and social comparison? How can parents, educators, and policymakers address the issue of social media and its impact on young people? Drawing on relevant research and examples, explore the complex relationship between social media and the psychological development of youngsters.
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