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Social medias are very popular among teenagers yet its affecting a lot of teenagers in different ways Teens use social medias to connect meet new people and learn about new things As social medias develop each year their problems have developed too Bullying and suicidal are becoming a very serious issue that are related to social medias Teens from thirteen years old to seventeen years old are highly affected with this problem So I think social medias should be banned for kids under 18Bullying has become a very serious problem in the past few years Bullying via internet is called Cyber bullying Kids from the age of 13-17 experienced cyber bullying more than other people Kids make posts or comments that are offensive to somebody else Cyber bullying includes harassment humiliation teasing and aggression Teens that experience cyber bulling seems to have lack of self- confident Also People that were bullied experience a higher risk for young adult depression panic disorder and mostly suicide yet people seem to ignore this problem Hundreds and thousands of kids attempt commit suicide each year Most of them kill themselves because they were being bullied one way or other This is becoming a very dangerous issue in our community Thats why I believe social medias should be banned for kids under the age of 18 The number of cyber bullying and suicide will show a lot more difference than it is now Lots of teenagers wont suffer from depression panic disorder lack of self- confident and other related problems That will make a humongous difference on how kids do in school Banning social media for kids under 18 will be a great idea to solve some of the problems we are facing today in our society
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