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By: Olivia Boucher, Emma Della Rocca, Emma Ferguson & Amy Kim

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Transcript of By: Olivia Boucher, Emma Della Rocca, Emma Ferguson & Amy Kim

Our Self-Esteem is related to the use of Social Media
Social media low self-esteem
Social media a false sense of belonging
Social Media less connected
Self-Worth lower
Comparing ourselves to others
Perceived as "normal" is unrealistic
SELF-ESTEEM
We feel "trapped" using Social Media
Real-life interactions become difficult and awkward
Being alone is uncomfortable
You feel jealous of others' posts
You start to base your standards of success off of others
SELF-ESTEEM
SELF WORTH
BODY IMAGE
By: Olivia Boucher, Emma Della Rocca, Emma Ferguson & Amy Kim
SOCIALLY ALONE
IN A WORLD FULL OF FOLLOWERS

insecurity
body-image
self-worth
self-esteem
SOCIAL MEDIA
INSECURITY
constant need for validation from others
need for likes = strategic posts
no longer posting for ourselves
We often compare ourselves to others and let other's perceived images set the guidelines for our own body.
HOW WE POST
What you say
about others
changes
Says more about you than them
changes
HOW WE FEEL
Increased accessibility
"The root of
insecurity
is
comparison
."

A major in studio art at the University of Alabama
Changes our idea and definition of a "normal" body type
ACCESSIBILITY
discourages those who cannot afford to eat this way or those who eat what they feel like
posts expose us to things we wouldn't normally have seen
this insecurity causes us to eat what others eat in order to feel "normal" or "fit"
because we are posting for others:
In a 2012 study done by
Common Sense Media:
87%
of female characters ages 10-17 on popular kids' TV shows are below average in weight
More than half
of girls ages 6-8 indicate their ideal body is thinner than their current body
75%
of girls with low self-esteem reported engaging in negative activities like
cutting, bullying, smoking, drinking, or disordered eating
52%
of women that
unfollowed
another user on social media did so because they were tired of
comparing
themselves.
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent"

WHAT DEFINES US?
"THE
WHOLE
IS GREATER THAN
THE SUM OF ITS PARTS"
-Aristotle
activity
-Ramsey Griffin
Of 298 users:
50%
said that using social media has made their self-esteem worse
Worth is not measured by a standard or size, it is having confidence in who you are.

Every insecurity comes back to your confidence. No one creates your insecurities, you make the decision that you aren't good enough.
-Eleanor Roosevelt
Lower your cell phone usage
SOLUTIONS
Unfollow those who make you feel unworthy
Become more involved
Smile
Positive mentality
Turn off social media
Social Media
Self Worth
Get comfortable in your own body
Learn to expose, avoid, and identify edited media
SOLUTIONS
The
unrealistic standards
set by social media influence society’s
perception of what is normal
, causing a significant amount of damage to self-esteem, as one strives for the
unachievable idea of perfection
.

35%
worried about people tagging them in unattractive photos.
27%
felt stressed out about how they look when they post pictures
22%
feel bad about themselves when nobody comments or “likes” the photos they post

SELF WORTH
It is not only how you view yourself, but how you view and judge others.

If you want to reflect on your confidence, take a look at how you view others.

Finding your inner balance, allows you to have confidence that stands alone and is independent of others' validation.
YOURSELF
OTHERS
SOCIALLY ALONE
IN A WORLD FULL OF FOLLOWERS

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