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Just consuming specific content that feeds into your existing set of beliefs isn’t a healthy way to approach the online world, as it does not provide an authentic view.
We need to find people whom we disagree with and get past our filter bubbles. We need to engage with a purpose, and with a curious, open mind and keep trying to educate ourselves.
Understand that social media is not the best place to have a rational discussion.
One is bound to get upset with social media as there is always a storm of haters and trolls who feed off the negative energy you display when you get ‘spiked’ or triggered. An online attacker’s prime agenda is to agitate you.
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