What is wrong with moms who post photos of children in social networks?

In social networks there is such a special category of users - desperate moms, which you will definitely recognize by three signs. First, it is they who share articles about how to raise a child-genius. Secondly, they post ridiculous (in their opinion!) Pictures with phrases like "When the baby is asleep - it's just heaven on Earth." And, finally, thirdly, they mercilessly fill the tape with photos of their own children, and to the point that you at some point start forgetting where and where you are acquainted with this very mother, and you begin to believe that you are actually signed on her child. Do you know such an archetype?

However, since there is a button "Unsubscribe" or the function to limit updates from a certain person from your friends list, we would not have been able to steam over these children's photo albums on social networks.Some people like to document their children every day - let them enjoy it so much, because children grow so surprisingly fast. But here we came across an interesting foreign study: it turns out, mommies, who often post news about their children in social networks, are more prone to depression. Does an ideal family happiness with a fun one-year-old baby in Instagram filters have a dark side that the “like” users don't even realize?

Ohio University in the United States worked on researching the issue of children on the Internet, finding out that socially active moms are prone to being perfectionists and seeks to seek collective approval on the Web. And if they don't get one, then this is where the risk of depression arises. In this you can firstly suspect a rational link if you remember that some of these moms didn’t actively broadcast their life on the Internet before they had a child, and with the advent of the baby they suddenly decided to turn their page into a children's diary. Perhaps, for them, the child was one of the most desirable life projects, and when he was finally able to complete it, the approval from the society was needed, which partly pushed her on this project.