NSThis week, Ines Faria used her Instagram account to tell her followers about the impact such a platform has on people’s lives. In the same publication, the actress and presenter appeared in a crying photo, trying to show her weakness.
Since the post ended with a bang, Ha Ennis, 24, decided to make it clear.
In the first place, he thanked the fans who shared their personal stories and let them know their feelings.
“This feeling of frustration when opening Instagram and seeing a perfect life, it leads us to compare our lives to the lives of these people, it’s a feeling that is present in many people,” he asserts.
“This post was never intended for someone to feel sorry for me, because I believe that pity is one of the saddest feelings you can have for someone. You don’t have to pity me at all, because I’m really a privilege, I’ve never lacked anything‘, continuous.
“The purpose of this post was for men to realize that this feeling in comparison to other souls is a general thing. I think almost everyone has opened Instagram and thought that my life really next to this person is frivolous.” This person goes to the best restaurants, wears the best clothes, has Best families, best friends, best jobs, best trips…but you don’t know what’s behind it all.”, he ponders.
“They don’t know what this person is thinking at the end of the day when they put their head on the pillow, they don’t know what problems they are facing at the moment, family, financial, health problems, etc. It was the purpose of this post.”, he adds.
Finally, she concluded: “I’m not saying Instagram should become a wall of whining, I just think that every now and then it’s important to get that humanity out.”
See the post previously posted by Inês Faria:
“Proud coffee junkie. Gamer. Hardcore introvert. Social media trailblazer.”