All about me: Digital narcissism on the rise with social media use

Digital narcissists thrive on the admiration and attention of others, and will curate their online presence to continually receive such affirmation. — dpa

Digital narcissism is a phenomenon that has emerged in the age of social media and the internet.

It refers to the tendency of individuals to seek validation and attention through their online presence, often at the expense of their real-life relationships and responsibilities.

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