This article highlighted the fact that many times the dangers of social media are a result of the user. One should obtain the realization that social media users will refrain from posting them on their worst days or when they are at their ugliest. If an online user cannot realize this simple fact, they should refrain from social media use. No one would be using social media if everyone had to post a status update or picture when they are having the worst day. That would create even more negative affects than we have now. Social media is meant to open doors such as prospecting businesses and keeping in touch with family and friends that otherwise may never be seen. if one finds them self always feeling jealous, sad, or angry, when using social media, it is time to stop looking at other people's lives and start living yours
Many people who are addicted to drugs are also diagnosed with other mental disorders and vice versa. Compared with the general population, people addicted to drugs are roughly twice as likely to suffer from mood and anxiety disorders, with the reverse also true. In 2015, an estimated million ( percent) adults ages 18 and older experienced some form of mental illness (other than a developmental or substance use disorder). Of these, million had both a substance use disorder and another mental illness. 1 Although substance use disorders commonly occur with other mental illnesses, it’s often unclear whether one helped cause the other or if common underlying risk factors contribute to both disorders.
I don't know what Susan means by "mobility therapy" and perhaps she is just using the term rhetorically. If she means mobility counseling programs, there a large and quite successful programs currently operating in Dallas and Baltimore, as well as earlier programs in other cities. Also, HUD and PHAs rarely, if ever, relocated public housing residents to "opportunity neighborhoods" when they demolished public housing and displaced the residents. As a rule, they were displaced/relocated to other public housing or nearby distressed neighborhoods. To say that public housing residents then 'wrought damage' to those developments and/or neighborhoods is urban myth, not supported by evidence.