Happy holiday experiences and harmonious family days out, the pictures on Facebook convey the image of a world heal without frustration and anger. U.S. pediatricians are now warning against that could trigger the visit of such sites for children at risk or aggravate depression. The “American Academy of Pediatrics’ issued for this reason, a media guide.
As the author Dr. Gwenn O ‘Keeffe pointed out, the photos of the supposedly happy people would give a distorted picture of the truth. This can lead to a lonely child already feel even lonelier. The guide encourages the children to doctors to encourage parents to talk to their children about Facebook depression or cyber-bullying. The harassment on the internet could have far-reaching psychosocial consequences and lead to suicide, say the authors.
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