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Don’t allow social media to become your therapist

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Some people find it easier to share their feelings online rather than talk to family or friends.
Some people find it easier to share their feelings online rather than talk to family or friends.
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A few words on social media can be interpreted in many ways.

Just ask presenter and musician, Boity Thulo. She recently took to social media and asked, “Who takes care of the one who’s taking care of everyone?”

The result was many of her followers started to worry about her state of mind.

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