The Art of Healing

STUDY IDENTIFIES SOCIAL MEDIA BEHAVIOUR THAT’S MOST HARMFUL TO WELLBEING

“Viewing images and updates that selectively portray others positively may lead social media users to underestimate how much others actually experience negative emotions and lead people to conclude that their own life - with its mix of positive and negative feelings - is by comparison, not as

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FRONT COVER IMAGE: Madre ARTIST: Antonio Mora WEBSITE: www.mylovt.com FB: antonio.moradiez.1 INSTA: a.morartworks Thank you to all the writers, organisations, and people we interviewed for their time and contributions to this magazine including: