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THINGS-TO-DO-ON-SOCIAL-MEDIA-EVERYDAY-SELF-WORTH-DIGEST-smSocial media is a huge part of our modern lives. We use it to connect with friends, family, even coworkers, and other acquaintances. It can be a magnificent tool in finding like-minded individuals, or networking with professionals in your field.

However, many people still feel hesitant when it comes to posting on their social media pages. This is no surprise, since sites such as Twitter and Facebook seem to meld with our everyday lives more and more each day. You read horror stories about people losing their careers due to something they posted on the internet several years ago, and wonder to yourself if that could potentially happen to you, and if it’s even worth engaging with the masses. Sometimes it seems there are so many pitfalls to expressing your opinion in an open forum that it seems better to keep things superficial, lest your own grandmother block you due to a post she doesn’t agree with.

But there is no need for such feelings of insecurity, as Self-Worth Digest has found five time-tested methods for not only safely posting on social media, but potentially becoming a social media giant as well!
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AFRICAN-AMERICAN-COUPLE-ON-COUCH-DESPONDENT-SELF-WORTH-DIGEST-SMHave you ever knowingly done something that goes against the norms of society as well as your own morals? Likely, your answer is “yes”, and chances are high that it has negatively affected how you view yourself. Fortunately, that’s the natural reaction of a psychologically healthy mind. However, if you make these harmful thoughts towards yourself a chronic occurrence, you are certain to slip into the potentially lethal grasp of clinical depression, or other major mental ailments.

For your benefit, Self-Worth Digest has decided to put together a list of five tips to keep you feeling good about yourself despite your questionable behaviors!
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5-tips-to-improve-your-memory-smMany people find themselves unsatisfied with their ability to recall information. It can be even more embarrassing when you forget something important, such as a significant other’s birthday, or your child’s name.

But don’t beat yourself up too much over these absent-minded faux pas, as even those of us with incredibly tempered memories can find themselves trying to remember a fact, or face. Hell, I once forgot how to use my house keys, and I consider myself to be on the higher end of the mental recall spectrum!

As such, I have decided to share with you five tips I use which help improve my own memory.
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overcoming-social-anxiety-self-worth-digest-smDo you second guess every utterance which comes from your stupid, stupid mouth, while mercilessly beating yourself up for what you have contributed to the conversation. All while attempting to maintain a facade of calm, confident sanity until you are completely exhausted, and just want to crawl into a dark, quiet room, far removed from the outside world?

We all feel awkward during social interactions from time to time. There’s a constant, gnawing worry that we’ll say something stupid in front of our peers, or we’ll over-analyze the conversation until it feels less like an enjoyable exchange of ideas, and more akin to an intense, life-threatening game of chess.

Fortunately for many of us who experience these perpetual feelings of inadequacy Self-Worth Digest has compiled a list of five safe, healthy ways to endure situations that involve one or more persons.
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millennial-guide-to-self-help-self-worth-digest-sm01. Retail Therapy

Few things can satiate the throes of depression like splurging on material possessions that you don’t really need–but definitely want! If you’re lacking unfettered access to your parent’s bank account, look into getting a credit card of your own (they practically give these things away!) and MAX THAT SUCKER OUT!

Think of how exuberant you’ll feel while you blow thousands upon thousands of dollars that isn’t yours and you can’t afford! What medications and counseling can’t fix, certainly several pairs of designer shoes and an extra-large LED flat screen TV can!
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