Social media can lead to self harm?


SHE was called “a fatty” on Facebook.

Relating how his 14-year-old client developed an eating disorder after someone commented on her weight on the popular social media platform, Malaysian Mental Health Association deputy president Datuk Dr Andrew Mohanraj shares how social media can lead to self harm.

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