Tag: Selfies

Psychology Around the Net: August 11, 2018

Gear up and get ready for the latest in mental health news, Psych Central readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net covers a disturbing new trend involving selfies and plastic surgery, why some mental health professionals believe shopping addiction should be recognized as a mental illness, how mindfulness might not be the best practice for […]

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You can now buy the AirSelfie2 drone because taking selfies yourself is so old-fashioned

I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “My arms are just too short to take a totally rad selfie.” Well, why not have a drone do it? The previously announced AirSelfie2 drone aircraft is available for purchase. Never again will you need to stretch your arm to the limit to get those Insta-likes. Let’s be serious […]

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Ugh, of course ‘Snapchat dysmorphia’ is a thing in plastic surgery now

Social media filters gave teenagers versions of themselves with flawless skin and big baby blues. What could go wrong? Doctors have been worrying about the impact that social media has on self-image for a while. But now the term “snapchat dysmorphia” has now made it into the pages of the Journal of the American Medical […]

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This Baseball Team Is Throwing a ‘Millennial Night’ and It’s Going to Be Lit AF

As a millennial, I basically don’t care about anything, and I certainly don’t care about boring old baseball, a sport for Olds that takes way too long and doesn’t have anything exciting going for it. But one minor league team in Alabama somehow managed to make America’s lamest pastime lit AF with a brilliant, groundbreaking […]

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Got 20K Followers? Then You, And ONLY You, Can Take A Photo At This Melrose Pop-Up Mural For ‘Influencers’

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — It’s not that episode of Black Mirror. This is, by all indications, a real thing. In a town that that’s filled with selfie-friendly murals and that even has a museum dedicated to the narcissist in all of us, this one is on a whole other level of social media effrontery, at least for […]

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