Teenage Social Media Butterflies

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In her essay “Teenage Social Media Butterflies May Not Be Such A Bad Idea,” Melissa Healy argues that kids most likely to spend lots of time on social media sites are not the least well-adjusted, but the psychologically healthiest. I agree with most of the points Healy discusses in her article in the Los Angeles Times. The concept that teens use social media to keep in touch with friends is the first point I agree with. I think that the internet has proved to be an excellent source for adolescents to communicate with each other quickly as well as to develop important social skills. I think that the internet allows for teens to practice how to communicate with other people. The second point I agree with the author is that the internet

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