Fine line between online and real life

Krysta Robles, Staff Writer

There is fine line between real life and online. It’s a thin line, but nonetheless, it is still there. Whether we act like ourselves or change our personality. We all want to be someone we are not. Whether you admit it or not, it’s okay to be someone you’re not, but it’s also not okay because you are you for a reason.

Online is a way to be someone you are not, for the better or for the worse. It’s a way to be someone you want to be because whether you want to be a better person or a bad person. Anyways, I’ve never changed myself over the Internet. I’ve always liked my personality whether that’s good or bad.

Almost every teenager has one or more social media, that’s okay, but you don’t have to change yourself because you want to be liked, change yourself outside of the Internet, and on the Internet; be yourself. To us being liked is something we crave, and I will admit, I want to be liked because if I’m not, I will pressure myself to change. Don’t change yourself because you have to, but because you want to.