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it's not about "sharing cool moments" (one of those dumb american phrases), it's more about getting attention and approval, which means, as i explained to some other below, that you lack basic, philosophical self-confidence and/or suffer from severe loneliness.
think about that.
But with your real name, photo, and GPS location?
something something fake news? idk
We like to make others feel good. Showing pictures of happy things increases the phenomenon known as "feelz". It is also a way of seeking approval and having support for your decisions
you seek for approval which means you
a) aren't sure for what you are doing, you don't believe in your actions, attitudes and values
b) you need others, a bunch, a crowd, to confirm you as "the member" of "the group"
if you can't ponder by yourself the fallacy of such an approach (or should i say phylosophy) in life, which makes you a dumb follower of a crowd, no one can do that for you. all i can suggest is to read a bit about existentialism.
it also proves that you don't see the virtue or value in action by self but in approval of others. to put it shortly, you live in lie and despair, my friend.
You've made some blatant errors in your reply to me. Then proceeded to attack me with ad hominems. For future reference you should try to be kind & patient with people. If that's too difficult at the very least have some respect.. Anyway I'll assist you with some thoughts/questions to help you progress.
Many people do post online for approval and there are people that lack self confidence without an audience. Being lonely is seperate from seeking approval. I'm unsure why you're mixing the two. Now imagine if someone never posted a private moment online would this person have ultimate confidence or does this person have an inflated sense of pride. There are also many cases when people post opinions they know will be criticized and care very little about approval.
Another reason people post is to express themselves. Identifying yourself as a sepperate person from others in important to being a unique person. Maybe this is done to attract others with similar views or perhaps even dissuade people with differing views from approaching.
I doubt there is any single reason as to why people share things online. We are complex social creatures but perhaps the answer can sometimes be as simple as "making others feel the same joy we've felt".Goodbye
bunch of rationalizations.
most people post personal stuff like this guy did to get an attention and approval. already told what lies beneath those needs. i guess you are one of those people so you need justification for that.
loneliness and need for social approval are related. both stem from deep disability to accept yourself, your uniquness. people rather "sink in" the crowd.
i mentioned existentialim since its writers and thinkers said a lot about such "living in dispair".
Also apologies for the length of my reply
instead of apoligizing to random unknown people on internet for stupid things like post lenght, rather ponder about your need to share your personal stuff with people (who probably don't give a fuck about that stuff, but will approve not to insult you) and getting their "likes".
I'm bored, it's fun, start conversations, I like to troll whining children and destroy their arrogance, I like seeing reactions from people. Mostly positive but occassionally I get a rise out of negative responses from individual's like yourself. It's pure ecstasy when someone who feigns intelligence shows their true colors. I have my reasons for my actions even simple things like my choice of words. I reject your request for introspection as I care very little about what you think
silly acting of superiority stating you don't care what others think when it's more than obvious, regarding what you've written so far, that you care about that a lot.
your rejection of introspection tells just enough about you.
it is understandable in some way because introspection often leads us to unpleasant thoughts and conclusions.
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