At what point does trolling go too far? At what point do the morals we’ve grown up learning (or always innately had) go out the window for the sake of entertaining people?
What exactly is the etiquette of corresponding with someone you’ve never met, but would like to get to know, strictly through social media and electronic communication?
One of the most profound observations everyone makes about becoming an adult is the realization that nobody really knows what they’re doing. There’s serious power in knowing that everyone, even the commander-in-chief of the United States of America is floundering in competing notions about how the world should be.
This speaks to a phenomenon that not a lot of people discuss and is, for the most part, overlooked as a normal facet of living in today’s world. That phenomenon is the deep, seemingly unquenchable need for acceptance from either our peers or persons unknown.
“Introvert” is defined in Google’s native definition software as, first, a shy, reticent, and typically self-centered person. Secondly, as a person predominately concerned with their own thoughts and feelings rather than external things.
…Over 3,995,000 people have passed who were on Facebook this year alone.