A journalist at Glamour online is writing a piece on Main Character Syndrome following an article published today on the Mail Online.
Main Character Syndrome has been defined as a behavioural disorder that sees young people feel as if they are the leading character in their life and everyone else around them is merely an extra, something that many experts believe has been spurred on by social media and its focus on narcissistic behaviour.
- What are the implications of this kind of syndrome?
- What do you think are the biggest drivers of it?
- How can young people avoid falling into feeling this way? Is it all bad?
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