When does sharing become oversharing?

  • When does sharing become oversharing?

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  • Anonymous

    June 11, 2021 at 10:25 AM
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    An illustration of a phone with the Tiktok logo, the Instagram logo, and heart and speech bubble icons floating out of it.
    Illustration by Maria Chimishkyan

    I’m a chronic oversharer on social media — and usually an intentional one. Mostly, I write about my severe mental health struggles and things that deeply enrage me, but that constant oversharing can be hard to maintain. As much as I post, I delete a lot too, either because posts are too vulnerable, too hurtful, or too likely to spark conflict. It’s hard to know if the defiant overshares are really helping, or if I’m just worried about how a judgmental world will respond.

    The intimacy of social media can lead us to share a lot, and being vulnerable in those spaces can give us a rare sense of power. The #MeToo movement brought on a flood of women disclosing their experiences with sexual violence and other issues, leading to increased…

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