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"Things aren't always what they seem,sis. Sadly, social media makes it so easy for us to start wishing our lives where more like someone else's. When, in all actuality, we have no idea what is going on in the midst of things they DONT post about. No one, no matter how it seems, how transparent they claim to be, shares EVERYTHING on social media. Don't wish for the lives, the success or the following, nor the platform of others, for two reasons: 1) you have no idea what they had to go…

"Things aren't always what they seem,sis. Sadly, social media makes it so easy for us to start wishing our lives where more like someone else's. When, in all actuality, we have no idea what is going on in the midst of things they DONT post about. No one, no matter how it seems, how transparent they claim to be, shares EVERYTHING on social media. Don't wish for the lives, the success or the following, nor the platform of others, for two reasons: 1) you have no idea what they had to go…

Although this picture is depressing and giving a sad message I find it so powerful. Everyday, homosexuals are bullied face to face and also over social media. They are called names such as fag and pussy. These words can truly hurt and effect someone's lives maybe not right away but in the future. Over the past years the number of teen LGBTQ suicides has increased which is a huge issue.

Although this picture is depressing and giving a sad message I find it so powerful. Everyday, homosexuals are bullied face to face and also over social media. They are called names such as fag and pussy. These words can truly hurt and effect someone's lives maybe not right away but in the future. Over the past years the number of teen LGBTQ suicides has increased which is a huge issue.

Now, O’Neill is asking others to challenge themselves by quitting social media for a week. She has created a website, LetsBeGameChangers.com, to tell her story and encourage others to be present and live authentically. | An 18-Year-Old Instagram Star Says Her "Perfect Life" Was Actually Making Her Miserable

Now, O’Neill is asking others to challenge themselves by quitting social media for a week. She has created a website, LetsBeGameChangers.com, to tell her story and encourage others to be present and live authentically. | An 18-Year-Old Instagram Star Says Her "Perfect Life" Was Actually Making Her Miserable