Do you ever scroll through photos on social media and feel a twinge of jealousy about that person’s seemingly perfect life? You’re not alone. New research by security retailer safe.co.uk has revealed that over a third of Brits feel insecure when looking through other people’s photos online, and 25-34-year-olds are feeling the pressure most. And it’s not just compromising our confidence, but also our long-term memory, with almost half of us believing we may have created false ‘happy’ memories of home times once were after looking at a childhood photo.
The infographic exposes unbelievable and shocking facts and data based on research regarding our perception of happiness and use of social media websites.
According to the cited poll in the following infographic, over half of the respondents believe it is a good thing that so many memories are captured with images on social media.
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