When to ignore - Deepstash
When to ignore

When to ignore

It's a good idea to add delete, report. or block to your decision -

  • When you feel the content has got nothing to do with you & only reflects the other person's own issues. 
  • When you come up against trolls because they get their fix from negativity...nothing to do with you personally.

MORE IDEAS FROM Should I Respond to Negative Comments on Social Media?

How to respond
  • Be positive. It's your choice whether you mirror the other person or stick with your personality.
  • Be polite. Not everything deserves emotional investment.
  • If it's something genuine and the presence of audience is affecting their approach, shift the discussion to direct messages.
  • Use your sense of humor. It's refreshing to not take life so seriously always.
The big picture
  • There's a good and bad side to everything. Make your choices wisely because they set the tone of your life.
  • It's okay to set boundaries and curate your friends and following list.
  • Don't let others control your strings by playing their game of negativity....the game of "getting back". Life's way too short and expensive for that.
To respond or not to respond

Beyond these 👇 goals, it's not worth it to invest emotionally:

  • Defend your reputation.
  • Correct misinformation.
  • Find a resolution.
  • Show others your page is a safe space.

When you do want to respond, decide whether to be serious or funny...and to respond in public or private.

There's no harm in standing your ground on issues that you believe in.

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.


Less Than 20% Of People Even Keep Their Resolutions

Studies show that less than 20% of people even keep their resolutions.But breaking New Year's resolutions might actually be a good thing.

Rather than berating yourself for not sticking to your plan, use the broken resolution as an opportunity to learn more about your habits and your preferences. Doing so will help you refine your goals and come up with a plan that is more attainable.

Aphantasia: Image Not Found

Aphantasia is a phenomenon in which an individual cannot conjure an image of a face or thing in their minds. There is no inner ‘mind’s eye’ in these people and the mental imagery is essentially blank. People with Aphantasia can explain the object using words, but the mental image isn’t experienced.

Signs of Aphantasia include unable to vividly picture someone in one’s mind. It is estimated that about 1% to 3% of the population might be having Aphantasia.

Does social media play a role in depression?

By some estimates, roughly 4 billion people across the world use networking websites as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, prompting mental health experts to investigate if enormous popularity of social media plays a role in depression.

Research suggests that people who limit their time on social media tend to be happier than those who don’t. Studies also indicate that social media may trigger an array of negative emotions in users that contribute to or worsen their depression symptoms.