#20: What’s That About?
There is a ton of psychology behind this. In-person interaction is entirely different than interactions online. They don’t want to be the center of attention in person because it’s a real-time phenomenon. Online, you can pick and choose the perfect photos and moments to share, therefore giving the best impression of yourself.
Honestly, Millennials do this, too. We’re the ones who started it, though we dipped a toe in and then grew up a bit. These Gen-Zers are all in, loving those likes and comments. It’s not hurting anyone, so let them have at it and quit judging. So long as it isn’t causing body dysmorphia, we should leave them to it.