If one were to conduct a survey of 100 teenagers aging from 13-18 on whether or not they use their cell-phones for social media purposes, I highly doubt that the results would turn out to be anything less than 90 percent of teens answering no. This is due to the amount of technology being exposed and used on an everyday basis by those who have a great deal of free time on their hands; i. e. teenagers and children of younger ages. The exposure of so much technology may have correlation of affecting the development of many teenagers and the way they communicate. Experts believe that based off of studies that the ‘social media that have become so integral to teenage life are promoting anxiety and lowering self-esteem'(Ehmke).Social media is worldwide and anything you choose to post or display online is open to anyone who you allow to see. Though many social media site give te option to their users to control who gets to see their content, often times young people don’t indulge in social media with the mindset that there will be people who have negative opinions on anything they post. But there’s the catch. Social media gives anyone with an opinion a platform to express their opinion, whether it be positive or negative. People off of the internet usually have filters on their distasteful opinions on others, but social media takes away that filter. A lot of people may feel as though since they aren’t saying anything to their face that it can’t be that hurtful. But in fact this sort of bullying can be just as harmful as physical bullying. Cyberbullying is purposely utilizing social media to convey false, humiliating, or threatening data about someone else. It is the most widely recognized online hazard for all teenagers and is a distributed hazard. Albeit online harassment is regularly utilized conversely with the expression “cyberbullying,” it is really an alternate substance. Current information propose that online badgering isn’t as normal as of?ine harassment, and investment in interpersonal interaction destinations does not put most teens in danger of online provocation. Then again, cyberbullying is very normal, can jump out at any young teen online, and can cause significant psychosocial results including depression, uneasiness, serious isolation, anxiety, and potentially even suicide.After the creation of blogging, web-based social networking started to detonate in fame. Websites like MySpace and LinkedIn picked up noticeable quality in the mid 2000s by adolescents and adults who could find the time, and destinations like Photobucket and Flickr encouraged and contributed to the growth online photograph sharing. YouTube, a video sharing site, had established on the internet in 2005, making a totally new path for individuals to convey and share with each different crosswise over awesome separations. Over the last decade or so, Facebook and Twitter have become noticeably accessible to people all over the world. These networks, along with Instagram, photo-sharing application and service that allows users to share pictures and videos either publicly, or privately to pre-approved followers, remain the most well known interpersonal organizations on the web. Today, there is a gigantic assortment of interpersonal interaction on social networks, and a considerable lot of them can be connected to permit cross-posting. This makes a domain where users can achieve the greatest number of individuals without giving up the closeness of face-to-face correspondence. We can just hypothesize about what the fate of interpersonal interaction may look in the following decade or even quite a while from now, however it appears to be evident that it will exist in some frame for whatever length of time that people are alive.