Internet Psychology: 5 Emotions Invented By The Internet [Infographic]
Not only do I think there needs to be more awareness about how the Internet can affect our brains, I’ve personally experienced the wackiest and weirdest Internet-related situations ever. I guess that happens when you’re plugged-in and online for almost all your waking hours each day like I am.
Notes that we feel anxiety when waiting for a response to a message sent instantly, and a spontaneous illogical rage after reading something by a random user of social media, a reflexive, guttural anger.
Another is the strange feeling that you should not be doing or saying something attached to powerful need to do so, shame and desire meshed. Finally, the impotent, tired, and fragmented mental exhaustion you feel after spending a considerable amount of time at the screen on a project.
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Source is BitRebels.com
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