Do you also have a Facebook account? If you have such an account, you have to pay for it one day; How many hours a week or month do you spend? How many posts do you add to it during that time? What do those posts include? How high is the response to them? You can get different answers to the questions I asked above. But did you think that the way you use your Facebook account can make society feel like a mirror of your mental health?
The use of social networking sites, including Facebook, may not say anything directly about mental health, but you may not know how to use it; You can tell others many things you do not think. Especially those who have studied psychology and psychiatry can take advantage of that opportunity.
Staying on Facebook most of the day; Sharing posts and liking and commenting on them is not a basic mental crisis. But if you can’t stay away from Facebook and your mind forces you to turn to Facebook, again and again, it can be identified as Facebook Addiction.
Facebook Addiction is not a mental illness or a crisis. But addiction to something can be taken as a symptom of a mental crisis or mental illness, but it can’t be said that it can seriously damage one’s mental balance.
Some people try to socialize immensely through their Facebook profiles. Many people get ready to go on a trip and post a photo of themselves on their Facebook account and expect feedback from others. Also, even after changing the location of the bed in their bedroom, visitors to the Facebook website can take a photo of it and see it from time to time. Some also socialize personal communications on Facebook, such as birthday greetings to their husbands.
Usually, when we go out in a special outfit to go on a trip, we do not ask the onlookers if this dress is beautiful; But some do the same thing through Facebook. While it is not fundamentally wrong to socialize personal things about oneself in this way, frequent exposure to such things will make us think twice about that person’s personality.
A narcissistic personality disorder is a symptom of a mental illness. However, to make a scientific analysis in this regard, the person must undergo a clinical psychiatric examination.
Meanwhile, prominent people in society have been criticizing powerful organizations on Facebook. Those criticisms are sometimes justified, and many other criticisms go beyond that justification and highlight the hatred of those who express that opinion. If the Facebook site regularly attacks individuals and powerful social organizations, or if the person’s hatred is more prominent than the comments it makes, it is presumed to be an Antisocial Personality Disorder. It can also be a symptom of an inferiority complex, but only a clinical psychiatric examination can determine if a person has such conditions.
We also feel that there is some justification for posting an image of a person who has become severely deformed and at the same time saying, ‘Help this poor man’. We also find videos of cattle being slaughtered on some people’s Facebook accounts. But when we look at the old posts of such people on their Facebook account, if most of the photos and videos in it are such distorted and distorted unnatural photos, it can primarily lead us to inquire about his mentality.
There is nothing wrong with adding such a distorted photo to Facebook for any specific purpose. But it’s a social media site that catches the eye of many and should be reconsidered before adding it to Facebook. But in extreme cases, one may feel that there is nothing wrong with it. But if a person’s Facebook account often contains such distorted, distorted, unnatural, and horrible photos and videos that raise various issues, it can be assumed that the person has a mental breakdown, a mental crisis, or a mental illness.