32 Apps On Your Kids’ Phones You Need To Be Aware Of
There are literally millions of Instagram users. It’s very likely that you are one of them. The app is brilliant for allowing people to express their creativity, but as you are probably familiar with, it can send a message of promoting a “perfect” life. It can be difficult for adults to realize the constructs of Instagram aren’t reality, and it can be even harder for kids. The need to get likes and searching potentially dangerous hashtags can make things worse. Instagram has tried to counter some of the problems, including recently hiding likes, but it won’t do away with all the problems. And for every body positive selfie, there can be three heavily filtered and Photoshopped images that can make kids feel inadequate.