Comments to article «9 Features of Gen-Z That Both Frighten and Amuse at the Same Time»

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People forget that "spending time on the internet" is usually interaction with friends
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but that's not the same as meeting them in real life
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No, but it's different.. so I could say that meeting people in real life is not the same as meeting them online. It's easier and faster and costs less money. like spending an evening playing a game with friends online can be easier and sometimes just as much fun
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I agree that meeting people online is different from in real life but that doesn't make it bad
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It depends on your friends i guess, mine don't really do much on the internet other than netflix
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haha they had me until the part about the internet. Take it from someone with very limited access and is only allowed an hour at a time. Social media has nowhere near as much to do with mental health as most people believe. If anything, interactions with others can incite the very same mental issues that we are believed to have because of things like influence, stress of having to meet our elders' standards, and over exposure to large amounts of people.
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