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Unhealthy Social-Media Habits? Blame Your Early Childhood Experiences

Unhealthy Social-Media Habits? Blame Your Early Childhood Experiences
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By Dow Jones & Company

What if our experiences as babies and toddlers shape our social-media habits as adults?

Mental-health professionals and researchers who study social media’s impact on teens and young adults have long wondered why some develop unhealthy relationships with social media while others don’t.

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