Selfies: Positively or negatively impacting self-esteem?

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  • #SELFIE By: Raymond Chung Photo by: Emanuele Toscano (Flickr)
  • Does sele posi,vely or nega,vely impact SELF-ESTEEM? Photo by: Tim Knezevich (Flickr)
  • But rst, LET ME TAKE A SELFIE ~ A line from the song #Sele by the Chainsmokers Photo by Ricky Thakrar (Flickr) Source: #Sele; Metrolyric.com
  • Sele won Oxford DicNonaries Word of the Year 2013 Sele: A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone and uploaded to a social media website. Photo by: Horia Varlan (Flickr) Source: Sele; OxforddicNonaries.com
  • to take a sele: Part of modern culture Seeking a@en,on Trying to dene ourselves (Teens) Photo by: Judi May (Flickr)
  • Now that we can interact with hundreds no, thousands of people simultaneously, we've strengthened the impact that others have on our self-value ~ Dr. Letamendi Quote from: Social Psychology of the Sele by ChrisNne Erickson (Mashable) Photo by: Jason Howie (Flickr)
  • Studies shown that comments on your Facebook picture strongly aect how you perceived physical, social and professional aracNveness Photo by: MeLY3o (Flickr)
  • The idea of the sele is much more like your face is the cap:on and youre trying to explain a moment or tell a story ~ Frdric della Faille Quote from: My Self, Myself by Jenna Wortham (New York Times) Photo by: Iain Heath (Flickr)
  • Recent study showed more online photo sharing from people whose self-esteem is based on public con,ngencies Photo by: Anssi Koskinen (Flickr)
  • While some gets LOWER SELF-ESTEEM From viewing seles Photo by: ChrisNna VanMeter (Flickr)
  • Seles arent empowering; theyre a high tech reecNon of the way society teaches women that their most important quality is their physical aErac:veness, ~ Erin Gloria Ryan Quote from: ScruNnizing the Sele: Self-Condence or Self-Obsession? By Elise CurNn (Goodtherapy) Photo by: Francesco Cavallari (Flickr)
  • A team of U.K. researchers found that people who post lots of photos on social media, run the risk of alienaNng friends, family members and colleagues leads to less supporNve bonds Photo by: mkhmarkeNng (Flickr)
  • It is only problemaNc when someone xates or over-compares to their detriment, but that is not a funcNon of the photos as much as the individual struggling with self-esteem ~ Dr. Rutledge Quote from: The Social Psychology of the Sele by ChrisNne Erickson (Mashable) Photo by: Xavier Dnat (Flickr)
  • "People who tend to have low self-esteem and depression are more likely to engage in recurrent distorted cogni:on about the self (such as negaNve self-statements), Finding ways to interrupt those thoughts can prevent them from reinforcing a negaNve focus on the self may be helpful in improving self-esteem and liZing mood,. ~ Dr. Letamendi Quote from: The Social Psychology of the Sele by ChrisNne Erickson (Mashable) Photo by: John Brain Silverio (Flickr)
  • A secure, mature person is going to post seles that are spontaneous and not overly engineered or edited, and theyre going to do it less oZen. A more insecure person is going to post staged or sexualized photos, and theyre going to do it so much that they become consumed by it and the comments they receive. ~ Lucie Hemmen Quote from: A Psychiatric Study Reveals Seles Are More Dangerous Than You Think by Tom McKay (Policymic) Photo by: Briney Bush Bolley (Flickr)
  • A sele addict took TWO HUNDRED/day and tried to kill himself when he could not take a perfect photo Photo by: Michel Di Feiciantonio (Flickr)
  • I was constantly in search of taking the perfect sele and when I realised I couldnt I wanted to die. I lost my friends, my educaNon, my HEALTH and almost my life. ~ Danny Bowman Quote from: Sele addict took TWO HUNDRED a day and tried to kill himself when he couldnt take a perfect photo by Gemma Aldridge and Kerry Harden (Mirror.co.uk) Photo by: Keirsten Marie (Flickr)
  • Quote from: Science Links Seles to Narcissism, AddiNon & Low Self Esteem by Christle Barakat (SocialNmes) Photo by: Roel Wijnants (Flickr) Two out of three of Dr. David Veales paNents suer from Body Dysmorphic Disorder and compulsively take seles. CogniNve behavioral therapy is used to help a paNent to recognize the reasons for his or her compulsive behavior and then to learn how to moderate it. ~ Dr. David Veale
  • RAISING SELF-ESTEEM Photo by: Kiran Foster (Flickr)
  • The common treatment is where a paNent gradually Learns to go for longer periods of :me without sa:sfying the urge to take a photograph, along with therapy to address the root cause of the problem, ~ Dr. David Veale Quote from: Science Links Seles to Narcissism, AddiNon & Low Self Esteem by Christle Barakat (SocialNmes) Photo by: Susana Fernandez (Flickr)
  • Sele will mainly impact you in a negaNve way. In the end, it is always be^er to BEYOURSELF Photo by: Sandra Jovanovic (Flickr)
  • REFERENCES My Sele, Myself NyNmes.com The Social Psychology of the Sele Mashable.com How do Seles Impact Self-Esteem Dr-carol.com ScruNnizing the Sele: Self-Condence or Self-Obsession? Goodtherapy.org A Psychiatric Study Reveals Seles Are More Dangerous Than You Think Policymic.com Making Sense of Seles Psychologytoday.com Science Links Seles to Narcissism, AddiNon & Low Self Esteem SocialNmes.com Sele addict took TWO HUNDRED a day and tried to kill himself when he couldnt take perfect photo Mirror.co.uk The Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected Consequences of Sele Obsession Teenvogue.com #Sele Metrolyric.com Sele OxforddicNonaries.com Flickr.com Photo by: Grzegorz Adach (Flickr)
  • Acknowledgement All images used were found in Flickr and is under a CreaNve Commons license.

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