Teenagers ought to be educated about the effects of being active on social media. This is because the place where they go to, to satisfy their emotional needs might just end up being where they meet the most hurtful messages they’ve ever read.
The Love of Likes examines the psychological effects of social media and how our brains are programmed to always crave for more and more likes. In the following pages, you’ll discover how to convert friends to followers by using referral systems where your friend told other people how good or lovely a person you were, and those also made their choice to have you as a friend—and other methods to gain friends.
The Love of Likes talk about how that many teenagers constantly paw away at their friends for all yourself-esteem and approval, and how to stop such negative cycle that leads nowhere.
There are also a couple of discussion about the implication of being excessively active on social media and how to balance our social media activities so that it doesn’t have a negative effect on our physical relationships. It explains that online interaction shouldn’t take the place of physical interaction.
There is a section that show a research that indicates reduced levels of self-esteem amongst victims of cyber bullying. The way to deal with cyber bullying are enlisted in the Love of Likes.
There are lots of stories about the experiences of other people with cyberbullies. Key and lessons are extrapolated from these stories for you.
The Love of Likes explained that in our quest to seek approval for social media, the key is to remain to love yourself as this will help you feel better when other people don’t show you the approval you so dearly craved on social media. It explained the characteristics of self-loving person and how you can begin to develop those qualities within yourself.
Toward the last pages of this book, there were some analysis on types of comments. It explained that when you receive a comment, it’ll fall into the category of being either positive, neutralor negative.
The ultimate strategy was to delete them and their comments. The reason for this is because negative comments on your social media page could sink into your mind and change both your psychology and physiology. In other words, their words could cause a negative impact on your mind and body. The Loves of Like is your go-to book for information on what every teenager needs to know and should expect on their journey through the vast online world of social media.
Parents, who ought to be the administrators of their children’s social media page, should endeavor to get this book for their kids as it promises to give them the requisite knowledge of what their approach should be toward the social media world—as well as what it entails.