Nuestro uso del Internet

La saturación de contenidos en redes sociales se ha explosionado en los útimos años. La cantidad de multimedia y opiniones (impopulares o no) cae en cascada sobre nuestras timelines virtuales, causando en nuestro subconsciente reacciones diversas, incluso afectando a nuestro estado de ánimo de tal manera que nos provoca malestar, victimización y, en el peor de los casos, depresión. Es un mal de nuestros tiempos, y es preciso encontrar en nosotros mismos una auténtica paz mental que nos lleve a gestionar y elegir categóricamente a aquel material que nos sea benéfico.

Es una labor difícil. Y es una labor nuestra.

A continuación se reproducen seis consejos útiles e imprescindibles para llevar a cabo esta labor de autorreflexión.

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Fuente: https://abessinier.tumblr.com/

Stuff kids on tumblr better relearn

  1. You are responsible for your own media experience.
  2. There is such a thing as a healthy level of avoidance towards topics that make you feel unwell or even (in a real-life clinical definition of the term) trigger you—but you are the one to actively take care of what you view.
  3. Avoiding does not mean policing others.
  4. You have no right to tell artists to censor themselves—you may criticize what others do, you may dislike it, that’s fine—but actively asking for censorship when you could easily unfollow or block a person just makes you look incompetent in your use of the internet.
  5. Do not give people on tumblr or /any/ website the responsibility for your emotional well-being. Because these people do not even know you so no, you have no right to ask them to take care of you.

 

Fuente: https://vesperlionheart.tumblr.com/

  1. Content creators are not your parents and owe you nothing, not even a breakdown on why their content isn’t problematic. You don’t get to demand a dissertation denouncing any and everything unhealthy in a piece you don’t like. Move on.