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Study Shows People who Post Gym Selfie’s might have Psychological Problems

Study Shows People who Post Gym Selfie’s might have Psychological Problems


Everyone has “friends” who go the gym constantly and are posting all their workouts, Meals they eat, weights they lift and shirt-less selfie’s all over Social media. Well a recent study by the Division of Psychology from Burnel University has come to the conclusion that people who Post more often to social media are seeking attention and validation from their “friends”. This study particularily said that people who post their “Diets” and “Exercise routine” were more likely to post updates to social media in order to garner attention and likes.

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These people are usually more extraverted in Nature than those who post things to people they are close with, usually significant other and family and friends. The study also had a secondary purpose finding that concluded that people who posted to Social media more often and more frequently about certain topics might be experiencing what they call Social Inclusion due to all the likes and comments they’re getting on their status updates. People who posted status updates about their diet and exercise routine appeared more Narcissistic according to this study, suggesting that they use Facebook to broadcast the effort they put into their physical appearance.



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This survey (which can be found here in FULL) suggested that people who have lower self-esteems post more often about their Relationships to give people the impression that everything is fine in their relationships, when in turn it really isn’t. The study is rather eye opening and can tell you a lot about why people do what they do on Social media, give it a read and you might start changing what you post onto social media after you Self-Diagnose yourself.

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