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Undoubtedly, the biggest problem associated with social media is the lack of communication. When you possess an account in social networking site, you can communicate with your friends and relatives with the help of instant messaging. However, these electronic methods cannot substitute the ‘old-fashioned’ live communication. You will not demonstrate your emotions and body language with the help of stickers or emoticons. Therefore, I suppose that social media websites separate people instead of uniting or connecting them. Social media addiction is a relevant problem that will get even worse in future due to the rapid development of technologies. People will spend more time on the Internet and social networking sites. The only way to resist social media addiction is to train your will and devote less time to your internet activity.
Social media addiction triggers negative interactions (Girths, Kuss, & Demetrovics, 2014). Most frequently, technology may bring forth zero interaction, or negative interaction between couples, siblings, or parent, and their kids. It denies families the opportunity to learn and model with one another social cues, communication skills, interpersonal relationship skills, and bonding. As human beings, we are social being by nature and we yearn for bonding in relationships. We might perceive that we are linked via social media; nonetheless, it takes away our aptitude to see and hear verbal or nonverbal messages. Researchers have discovered that as guardians increase their screen time, so does the kids. Screen time includes Television, smart phones, video games and computers. Kids mimic what they are taught and see, and whenever guardians utilize electronics while in a park with their kids, the kids are more likely to engage in dangerous behaviors.