I wanted to make some strong pieces depicting the digital age we are living in. People tend towards presenting a socially desirable, positive self-view to others when online. In turn, this gives individuals an increase in self-esteem but a decrease in self-control. Individuals can choose the information that they post, and keeping up a certain online identity can mask their true personas.
For the narcissist, this feeds into their need to be admired, and the more reception a post receives, the more is fed into this type of behaviour. For the anxious, online interactions can translate into real-life interaction, and can feed that anxious feeling of questioning whether people like them or not, which corresponds with what kind of reception online posts receive.