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News article addresses how social media promotes unrealistic content that is destroying the health of young people. Tribel was launched to remedy these concerns.

NEW YORK - Amzeal -- A recently published article (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/pope-francis-socia...) features Pope Francis' views on social media and how it is negatively impacting the health of our youth. CBS Evening News anchor and editor Norah O'Donnell sat down with Francis (https://www.paramountpressexpress.com/cbs-news-...) in an interview and flat out asked, "What is social media doing to the world and our children?"

Francis admits there are benefits of social media as a communication tool because younger generations "have a conscience," and know how to report the news and also how to render criticism, which helps with development. But he also notes that there are drawbacks.

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"There are communication media that alienate young people, don't they? It makes them live in an unreal world, made up of fantasy, or in an aggressive world or a rosy world ... and so many things," Francis told O'Donnell. "A media outlet that only lives off propaganda — off gossip, off soiling others — is a dirty media outlet, and that soils the minds of the young and of the old as well."

The impact of social media is one of the many topics the pontiff addressed in an hour-long interview with O'Donnell (https://www.paramountpressexpress.com/cbs-news-and-stations/shows/60-minutes/releases/?view=109823-norah-odonnells-historic-interview-with-pope-francis-airs-sunday-may-19-on-60-minutes) airing May 20, 2024 on CBS. As Francis explains, social media has a "serious responsibility" as an information source for people of all ages.

Tribel was developed to minimize the projection and promotion of impracticable, irrational, and unrealistic content. With its unique and innovative collaboration capabilities, it focuses on authentic material that is relevant, real, and rewarding to users.

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When other social media platforms first launched, intentions were in the right place. They wanted people to feel seen, heard, and appreciated in a digital space that provided comfortable, trusted conversations. What we've seen happen over the years, however, is increased photo filtering, pseudo lives of celebrities (and even friends), pressure to be one way or another, and negative commentary from obnoxious "keyboard warriors". All of these can trigger an unhealthy mentality for people who look at these actions as influences.

Tribel is an inclusive and diverse community of people who share meaningful content tailored to specific interests and passions. It promotes positivity, genuine connections, and content filters (not photo filters). On Tribel, you see exactly what you want while being seen for exactly who you are.

If you want to keep it real, keep it Tribel.

Ty Masters, Creative Director & Writer

Source: Tribel
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