Category: Social Media

Jenna Ortega

“If I could delete social media, I would. You’ve got to be able to manage the impact that it’s having on you and realize how much time you’re spending on it or what it’s done to your brain because it’s scary how addictive it can be. I just want to be a well-rounded human and learn as much as I can about the world around me so that, possibly, I can contribute my voice or help create some change in areas of the world that need it. I never want my life to be appearance based. I truly want it to be just feeling-based. I think getting older will be less and less about trying to look a certain way and more about what makes me happy at the end of the day. I want to feel like I’m taking care of my body and giving it what it needs. Learning to give myself a break and relax, that’s what I need to learn how to do. How to stop thinking so much about what I look like at times because at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter. That’s not what life should ever be about. We’re on this planet for such a small blip of time and I just want to make sure it’s a good time at that.” -ALLURE

Lily-Rose Depp

“I try not to read comments because no matter what you do, you’re never going to please everybody. I can work my a** off to put work out there that I’m proud of and that I hope people will connect with, but there are always going to be some people who don’t like me or have a problem with me or think I’m stupid or ugly or whatever. At the end of the day, what really matters to me is what my family and friends and loved ones think of me.” ELLE

McKenna Grace

“Whenever I sit on my phone just scrolling, it makes me so unhappy and stressed out, feeling jealous and wishing for things I don’t have. It’s not worth it. Social media just doesn’t matter as much as we think it does.” -GL

Michael B. Jordan

“Fully realizing that you can’t make everybody happy. You could have all the good intentions in the world, and you’ll still get controversy or some type of negativity thrown your way. Sometimes you’ve just got to trust the universe, you know? You’ve got to just believe in yourself and do what you feel is really right. I think that adds up and builds confidence.” -People

Constance Wu

“I went on social media recently to talk about something that was really painful to me (a past suicide attempt). I’m still a little bit scared of social media because it really hurt me in a way. The ultimate hope was that it was helpful for people who are keeping the same feelings private to know that they’re not alone.” -People