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  1. Adel Hafez says:

    Totally agree with what came up here. It is an add-on information value. I learned from it that never underestimate the power of the social media. Many thanks Hazlo.

    1. Yes, it is surprising the things covertly kept away from the limelight have been brought to the attention of the right people by social media – awesome outcomes in tow.

  2. This is true–Social Media, like anything else in life, has pros and cons. You can build community with it, life people up, learn and explore new topics. Certainly there are cons as well, especially for kids, but I don’t think it’s all evil for them either. Like everything, I believe in moderation. It’s no good to spend your head down and on social media so much that you forget to live a present life in your own community as well.

    1. Sure thing Dana, children today are more tech-savvy than in any other generation past. Caregivers and parents should not turn a blind eye so as to spot perpetrators of cyberbullying. Thank you for pointing this out.

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  3. I agree, with moderation, the benefits for social media outweigh the negative impact it might have. Like other things in life, This is a great article to remind us of the dangers if one engages in extreme use with consideration for social media’s side effects.

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