Social Media Makes You Feel Fat
Twitter and Facebook make more than half of their users "inadequate," according to Media Post.
Of 1,500 people polled, 62 percent of social media users felt jealous of people on their feeds. A different poll of 1,000 women showed 82 percent edited their photos before putting them online. Of these women, 57 percent also said they were embarrassed by unfiltered photos their friends and families posted of them. The reasons these women hated their photos range from "looking fat" to "muffin tops" to "double chins."
The poll's findings conclude that women who are on Facebook often are more likely to compare their bodies to their friends'.
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