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Intrapersonal & Interpersonal
Transcript of Intrapersonal & Interpersonal
Intrapersonal vs. Interpersonal: What's the difference?
"The New Introvert"
What's the difference?
: within something
Intrapersonal vs. Interpersonal
Do you know who is behind the computer screen?
Being constantly connected, knowing more and more people, but less and less about each one creates this feeling of "Alone Together"
Jay Baer: Social Media, Pretend Friends, and the Lie of False Intimacy
social media forces upon users a feeling of closeness with other users that doesn't actually exist
Do you actually know all of the people in your social network?
"LinkedIn is for people you know, Facebook is for people you used to know, Twitter is for people you want to know."
Users can cultivate another personality and never actually reveal their true selves
Intrapersonal & Interpersonal Effects
Social Media & Your Relationships
Social (Media) Butterfly
Social Media is giving us a false sense of popularity and extroversion
What number of Facebook "friends" are you
friends with in real life? Think about it.
Study says you don't know 1/5th
The New "Introvert"
Spending time on "social" media is actually taking time away from going out and being social
"Interacting with more people is inherently better than interacting with fewer people...what if we have it all wrong?" -Baer
"You think you know someone, but you don't. And that's social media's fault. But more so, our own." -Baer
THE NEW "INTROVERT"
: occurring within the individual mind or self
: of or relating to relationships or communication between people
Why do we love to overshare?
Researchers found that the act of disclosing information about oneself activates the same sensation of pleasure in the brain that we get from eating food, getting money, or having sex
Subjects even turned down money to talk about someone else, in order to talk about themselves more
They also found that the greater the audience, the greater the reward
On average, people spend 60% of conversations talking about themselves- this jumps to 80% when communicating via social media platforms
What does it mean?
How does it relate to us?
Social media statistics
Do you agree or disagree?
What are some ways to step out of your comfort zone?
Can expanding our comfort zone on social media be beneficial?
The internet creates enclaves and niches where our opinions and beliefs are nurtured and not challenged
Our reality is now made up of other people with the same views and beliefs as us
Search engines and social media cater to our preferences and allow us to see only what we want to see - creating a false sense of reality
people hold more extreme opinions after talking to like-minded individuals
Statistics on Cyberbullying
Parody accounts and fan pages
Most importantly....Think before you post!
The thin line between narcissism and self-esteem
June 2013 University of Michigan study
media reflects and amplifies culture's growing levels of narcissism
Most user activity on social media is "self-focused"
80% of posts on Twitter and Facebook are announcements about one's immediate experiences
User can always control how they are presented and perceived by others
Narcissism & Social Media
What are you willing to do...?
Write down a few of the worst things that you would still be willing to do rather than giving up your social media.
Nearly 40% of people surveyed would rather do ANY of the following than give up their social networking profiles:
wait in line at DMV
read War & Peace
do their taxes
run a marathon
get a root canal
spend a night in jail
clean the drains in the showers at the local gym
give up their air conditioner/heater
Selfie on ABC
Tips for a Social Media Detox
1) Let go of the need to know everything
Consider your own state of wellness (or lack thereof) when you are sucked into the obsessive-compulsive behavior of constantly checking up on people and entities that don’t really serve much of a purpose in your non-virtual life
2) Filter out the negative
Maybe you have one too many news organizations in your feed that seem to only report the worst aspects of humanity; or perhaps you see triggers for purchasing things that aren’t necessary in your life and instead cause guilty feelings about spending
3) Allot time for social media
Make rules for when not to use it: dinnertime, at work, visiting friends
Leave it at home sometimes
Don't let it rule your mornings (filling your mind with often unimportant and sometimes negative information before you’ve even gotten out of bed can't be healthy) and evenings (research has shown that engaging in social media before bed diminishes the potential for quality sleep)
tips from: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/lifestyle/detox-your-mind-3-ways-to-take-a-social-media-cleanse/
Caroline Durkee, Melissa Schnepp, & Austin Lee
from article: Social Media are like candy for the brain, study says By: Deborah Netburn
From article: Social Media, Pretend Friends, and the Lie of False Intimacy By: Jay Baer
Statistic from: http://allfacebook.com/you-dont-know-one-fifth-of-your-facebook-friends_b29149
From article: Fear of Missing Out Drives Social Media Use By: Jack Loechner
statistic from: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-neuroscience-of-everybody-favorite-topic-themselves/