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Selfie is a mental problem

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Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

Stargazing and selfies

The American Psychiatric Association has officially announced that taking selfies is a mental illness. In fact, science has confirmed what has been talked about for a long time – that constant self-portrait betrays self-esteem problems and an inability to control feelings of loneliness.

At the same time, even people who take selfies without posting them on social networks are affected.

The name the association gave the disease is selfitis. The disease has three phases:

Border Selfie: This is a condition in which a person takes at least three selfies a day but does not publish them;

Acute selfies: It affects people who take pictures of themselves three or more times a day and publish the pictures;

Chronic selfitis: The most serious phase of the disease is characterized by uncontrolled selfies at any time of the day, more than six times a day and their publication.

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