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Social Media

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Annie Butler

on 6 December 2014

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Transcript of Social Media

Tips to Help a Friend
Withdrawn from family and friends
Increase or decrease of eating habits
Makes statements about suicide or meaningless
Uses devices all hours of night
Becomes secretive around parents with social media
Starts to hang with wrong crowds
Appears overly worried about popularity and social status
Have trouble completing tasks on time at work or home
Community Resources
Talk to them about what is going on
Tell them it is not their fault
Keep up with them on it
Tell them to not respond and just ignore it
Delete that social media website for a period of time
Influenced by Celebrities to do Drugs or Want to be Skinny
Tell them that they are great how they are and don’t need to change
If you start noticing changes, talk to them about it before it gets any worse
Tell them that you don’t need to be like that person

Go to a therapist or counselor to talk them about what is going on,they can help you understand what is happening
Call a hot line for support
Talk to doctor for antidepressants or help dealing
with depression without medication
Social Media Addiction
Reduce the time spent on all social media
Do alternate activities, go outside
Go to a counselor

Overuse and abuse of social media can lead to:
change of personality
problems in relationships
depression and anxiety
low self esteem
in worst cases, suicides
Real life Situations
Social Media: By Angela, Annie, & Elliott
Hope Witsell 13-
Sent nudes to boy that got out at her school. They were posted all of social media. She hung herself a few days later because of being called things such as "slut" or "whore."

Hannah Smith 14-
People were taunting and sending insults on Ask.fm. People told her to cut herself and drink bleach. She only joined the site to get advice for her skin condition. She was found dead in her bedroom by her sister after she hung herself.

Kenneth Weishuhn Jr.-
After coming out as gay, he received online and in person. His own friends turned on him and classmates created an anti gay facebook page as well as harsh threats by phone. He later took his own life.

Amanda Todd 15-
A man in an online chat room talked her into flashing him. Later he contacted her and said if she didn't "put on a show" for him, he would release her pictures (he knew where she lived, school, who her friends and family were, etc). Everyone saw them. She got depressed, anxiety and began experimenting with drugs and alcohol. She tried to change schools many times, but the girls from the first school came to beat her up. She tried to commit suicide by drinking bleach but it was prevented. Before she was successful of committing suicide, she wrote her story on paper and uploaded the video to youtube and it went viral. Her body was found in her bedroom later in the month.

Causes and Risk Factors
Community Involvement
Source Page
"Student Examines Negative Effects of Social Media on Teens." StarNewsOnline.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Nov. 2014.

Erbullying Research Center - Sameer Hinduja And Justin W. Patchin., and Permi. Cyberbullying Warning Signs (n.d.): n. pag. Web.

"Dealing with Cyberbullying." : Tips for Kids and Parents to Prevent and Stop Cyberbullying. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Nov. 2014.

Collier, Roger. "Social Media and Mental Health:." CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal 185.12 (2013): E577. Web. 19 Nov. 2014. <http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,cpid&custid=s6261729&db=aph&AN=90089541&site=ehost-live&scope=site>. (Book)

Bullying Beyond the Schoolyard: Preventing and Responding to Cyberbullying (Book)









http://www.cengage.com/search/productOverview.do?Ntt=social+media+addiction|939879333139957407815934718391233087700&N=197&Ntk=APG%7CP_EPI&Ntx=mode+matchallpartial (eBook)



Social Media can effect teens in many ways such as:
eating disorders
affecting grades
affecting relationships and friendships
possibly causing depression and death in the worst cases
Spending too much time on the internet can lead to physiological and physical heath issues as well as anxiety and personality disorders.
Not all Social Media is Bad
Although social media can have negative affects, if you use it in the correct ways, social media can have a positive affect on someone such as,
making new friendships
finding people with same interests
not feeling as alone
learning more about favorite celebrities
Kettle Moraine Counseling
W62 N281 Washington Ave Cedarburg, Wisconsin 53012
Phone: (414) 939-7597
AMRI Counseling Services LLC
4001 W. Capitol Dr. Milwaukee, WI 53216
Phone: (414) 455-3879 or (414) 810-6691
Northshore Clinic and Consultants
W62 N248 Washington Ave, Suite 207 Cedarburg, WI 53012
Phone: (262)-375-1116

A survey was conducted and found that 53% of participants said social media sites had changed their behavior, while 51% of these said the change had been negative.

"This problem has definitely gained recent attention," says Dr. Rauch. "We know that many people on social media sites often present idealized versions of their lives, leading others to make upward social comparisons, which can lead to negative emotions."

Eating Disorders
Bulimia Nervosa
If you see a celebrity that is a certain
way you want to be just like them
For example if you see that celebrity
skinny you want to be too
Peer Competition
Health Promotion
July is #MinorityMentalHealth Month
Wisconsin Counseling Summit
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