Hungering for “Likes”

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  1. Lucie FRAUMAR

    Question yourself:
    Online life impacts our real life because it cuts us off from the real world we spend most of our time on it we become addicted to it. That’s how it impacts us we spend a considerable amount of free time social networks talking with people virtually or even posting photos or even looking at other people’s posts.

    1. Mrs B

      Thank you for your comment Lucie. Be careful how you “cut” your sentences. They are too long. Don’t hesitate to use punctuation marks.

  2. JESSY97310

    Question=how can your online life impact your life?
    I think our online life can impact our real life because our head is constantly frozen on the phone. it makes it addictive even to the point of not having a topic of conversation at the restaurant or during the Sunday meal with the family. life online cuts off any human relationship because we prefer to be with fake virtual friends on Snapchat …
    To conclude, life online can have harmful sides on our life because it can cause us to have mental, psychological, school failure …

    1. Mrs B

      Thank you Jessy. You’re right. Our online life prevents us from enyoing quality time with our family.

  3. Béandrice.-.

    -How can your online life impact your life?
    Social media can increase happiness and nourish your social circle, but social media can also make you miserable and more isolated.Most young people hide behind social media to make friends and in real life they act like if they did not know each other, the networks have a really bad impact on humanity because in some families there is no communication, the brothers and sisters chat virtually. In reality, one can see the person’s emotions while the person may be in a bad mood behind the networks. For this, we must therefore privilege meetings with the person rather than staying to talk to him behind social networks.

    1. Mrs B

      Excellent Béandrice! I love your comment 😉

  4. Matteo TRUPIANO

    Our online life impacts our real life, for example, by disturbing our free-time which cause that we forget to do some things, or prevent us to spend time with friends. Taking care of our online life on social media by posting a hundred of pictures per month, might not allow time for our real life. So online life causes less time, less contact with other people in the real world.

    1. Mrs B

      Thank you Matteo! Be careful, we say “to prevent from + V-ing”. You should write “prevents us from spending time with friends”. I agree with your point of view.

  5. LOUISV

    For me, my real life is not impacted by a online life because I am not on social media.
    The only connected activity is Watsapp and my real life is few impacted because I can reply or not to the messages.
    on the other hand, the online life can help the real life to facilitating some activities. Ultra-connected people become addicted on the Internet for everything

    1. Mrs B

      Thank you for sharing your opinion Valentin! Keep it up!

  6. Stive

    Life on the internet affects our real life because we spend half our time on social media, playing online games, watching videos. All of this can consume a lot of our time, instead of using that time to do real life activities (sport, club and so on) rather than spending our life on the internet. And in the end we prefer rather to close in oneself than to enjoy life outside because we have less friends.

  7. Ludcha

    Today social networks have a huge impact on real life.
    Indeed, the majority of young people cannot “live” without their phones because they spend most of their time on social networks rather than other real life activities. This can increase happiness and also isolate us what causes the withdrawal and lack of friends and that complex and leads to the death of some teenagers as the case of high suicide rate because of social networks.
    For my part, I don’t feel concerned because I don’t have a phone because my parents want to protect me from this virtual “jungle”

  8. Joshua

    Question Yourself:
    My online life impacts my life so much because now I’m out less than before, the video games that have brought me closer to my friends today, I meet great people I talk to every day. I love what online life brings me and if I didn’t have this online life I think I wouldn’t have liked my current life.

  9. Johana

    How can your online life impact your real life?

    Personally my online life impact my real life to shat with friends and knowledge, share or post messages, pictures or videos. But I don’t addicte. However, I need social media when for exemple I need to ask a question to a classmate. So they are necessary in my life but not an obsession.

  10. Larra Demosthene

    I think that social networks have both a positive and negative impact because thanks to the internet we can have easier access to information that allows us to interact with the rest of the world in a simpler way.
    However social networks can also cause complexes or a feeling of bad being caused by the influence of personality which gives the impression of having a perfect life.
    In the end I think it’s only us who choose the way we want social networks to impact our life

  11. Joseph Dachelene

    My online life don’t realy impact my real life. Because I know my limit with social media I still try to manage my time in order to go about my other occupations and obligations. I do everything I can to don’t be swayed by what I see. Nevertheless this has a small impact on my vision of certain things and it also allows me to become aware of certain realities. It is a very good tool but you have to know how to measure, so that there is no impact, or almost no impact on you real life.

  12. jade

    Je penses que les résaux sociaux ont un grand impact sur notre vie actuellement. Je m’explique : -le fait de passer énormément de temps sur son téléphone comme beaucoup de personnes que ça soit adultes comme jeunes, ceci affectent notre vie social en bien et en mal, en bien car grâce aux résaux sociaux on peut faire connaissance avec de nouvelles personnes rencontrer des amis..ect mais en mal car cela nous fait être focaliser sur le monde virtuelle et moins sur ce qu’il se passe autour de nous.
    – ensuite les résaux peuvent changer notre vision des choses par exemple on peut trouvé quelque chose de beau en temps générale mais à cause des résaux et l’avis des gens donner autour de ce sujet notre vision pourrra éventuellement changer
    – Pour conclure les résaux ont un impact sur notre vie que ça soit positif ou négatif et ils jouent un grand rôle dans notre quotidien

  13. jade

    Je penses que les résaux sociaux ont un grand impact sur notre vie actuellement. Je m’explique : -le fait de passer énormément de temps sur son téléphone comme beaucoup de personnes que ça soit adultes comme jeunes, ceci affectent notre vie social en bien et en mal, en bien car grâce aux résaux sociaux on peut faire connaissance avec de nouvelles personnes rencontrer des amis..ect mais en mal car cela nous fait être focaliser sur le monde virtuelle et moins sur ce qu’il se passe autour de nous.
    – ensuite les résaux peuvent changer notre vision des choses par exemple on peut trouvé quelque chose de beau en temps générale mais à cause des résaux et l’avis des gens donner autour de ce sujet notre vision pourrra éventuellement changer.

  14. Margaux Bernodat

    —> How can your online life impact your real life ? :

    Our online life can impact our real life because we spend most of our day on our phones. We use them for everything: texting, calling friends, going on Instagram, etc… As it is an addiction, all of this makes us put aside what is real and right. Friendships and relationships are destroyed, friendships become false, it costs a lot of time, it can cost money and it makes our lives worse than before and adds to our problems. So, our real life should be distinguished from our online life for our security and our health.

  15. GALLIFFET

    In my point of vue, if we spend a lot of time online, we can very quickly disconnect from real life. Because online life and real online are two very different things. We can sometimes try to show ourselves in our best light, to “seduce” our followers and this sometimes prompts us to lie to attract attention. He simply lets you know the difference between real life and internet life so as not to be attracted to the false.

  16. Kāttełine

    The more time we spend on social networks, the less time we have for real-life interactions. Certain features of online life facilitate a sense of exclusion. Being opposed to a representation of real life can create jealousy and make us feel that our life is disappointing. There is also harassment that makes us fear the scrutiny and judgment of others, which can lead us to commit suicide.

    Nowadays, our self-confidence depends on “LIKES” – digital communication is supposed to reduce distances and help us stay in touch with our loved ones, unfortunately it can also have the opposite effect, i.e. distance us from them, as a virtual conversation cannot replace a face-to-face conversation, however we cannot help but draw attention to social networks, we are very much in search of tastes and precious shares.

    Social networks are changing our way of real life to a large extent because most of the things we could have done in person, we prefer to do them virtually through social networks.

  17. Meilee

    Social networks make it possible to keep links with family or friends away. However, it is important to be vigilant too, anyone can be behind their computer! We must protect our data and also inform children and adolescents that we should not put anything on social networks. It is also necessary to limit the use of these networks to return to the real life, to see his friends, his family nothing like non-virtual contacts! Of course social networks change the lives of many people, they allow to feel less lonely, to communicate and to see the photos of his family and friends that you can not see much because of the distance. What is good about these networks is that there is no border. So yes to social networks but with moderation and being vigilant

  18. JN PIERRE Marie-Neriline

    Our online life can impact our mental health, as the text says dopamine which creates us total well-being is linked to our dependence on social networks. As we can see on the photo on the plate we find Instagram likes. We can therefore assume that these likes have become our food, our cigarette, but also our dose of dopamine and without them we overdose mentally, we fall into a malaise where we even come to question ourselves “Did I do it?” something bad? Don’t they love me anymore? “.
    It is in this harmful way that our online life can impact our real life.

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