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    Social media is destroying the social skills of the youngsters

    In the recent times, social media has become a part of our daily life. Social media connects the people in a virtual world, but in the real world everything is totally different from the virtual social media world. Youngsters believe that interaction with friends through social networking sites always connects them and improves their relationship. But in reality, the face to face interaction with friends and relatives always strengthens the social bond and the relationship. Social interaction with the people in the real world improves a person's confidence, communication skills, interpersonal skills and social skills. The online avatar of people is always different from the real one. Living a virtual life in the social media will not create memories in life. Hanging out with friends and having a face to face interaction always helps a person to learn lot of lessons in life and it also fine tune the social skills of a person in the real world.

    Social media is destroying the social skills of the youngsters- Agree or Disagree?

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  • #585383
    When almost all youngsters are indulged in social media then who will feel the difference. They will learn the prevalent practices and adjust with each other accordingly. There is already a concept of netiquette which is evolving day by day.
    Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.

  • #585390
    I am fully agreeing with the author. With the advent of Facebook and Whatsapp, the people are engrossed in the medium and they would never care for others nor the parents. Now I am at the internet cafe sharing this post and the boy who is manning the cafe is not heeding to the request of his mother to stop social media and attend to the various customers. But he scolds her and wanted to enjoy the game he is playing. At the same time he is also chatting with his friends. So people are leaving the close ones for the sake of social media.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease


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