By Tali Zabari Social media affects your identity and who you are. It affects the way you interact with your friends. Let’s say you have a Facebook and you get upset at your friend. You want to talk it out with her so you send her a message saying, “Why are you being so mean to me?” Your friend gets very offended because she saw what you sent from a different perspective. So, it’s different talking to someone on the internet than talking it out with your friend right in front of you with your actual words and meaning them from your heart. If you do have social media, be careful what you post and what you say because everyone always sees and interprets words differently.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. Raphael ammar says:

    Very true and I agree

  2. allegra timsit says:

    Social media does not express your feelings for you, it doesn’t have a voice for you. If you comment on a picture saying “That’s nice”, your friend can take in a negative way, and that is not good.

  3. Its not chjldren to go internet when they could just call on the phone they get in a fight in a secand when tjey didn’t mean to but its good to compare

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