Bien-Etre / Well Being

Selfie Dysmorphia, Living Life Through Social Media Filters


Not long ago some of us probably dreamed of looking like Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, or Johnny Depp. However, today, things have changed a lot. In fact, nowadays, more and more people suffer from what is known as selfie dysmorphia. This disorder defines an obsession. It’s the desire of wanting to be what you see on your mobile. This universe of filters puts forward improved and ideal images, and it seems that this is what we’re all looking for. The best version of ourselves. We retouch our faces via the addictive Snapchat app. We give ourselves thinner noses, bigger eyes, higher cheekbones…the…

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