The Sleepover Club: The Torture Of Being Perceived & Whether The 'Like Gap' Is Even Real
Have you ever left a social interaction feeling like you were annoying? That you spoke too much, or too little? That the people you were just hanging out with probably never want to speak to you again? Well, we have good news! Research sweeping TikTok motivational content suggests that 'the like gap' - or, the feeling that people like us less than we like them - is fake! Studies have shown people are like you sizeably more than you think they do. Or do they? This week, Ione and Eden are delving into the like gap, as well as the hell of being perceived, how social media is changing how we feel about ourselves and each other, and whether you should (or should not) care about what others think of you in the first place.
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