How I’m making sure my daughter doesn’t see herself through the haze of an Instagram filter

(Originally featured in The Washington Post)

When they were younger, my daughter’s friends wanted lots of followers on social media, so they followed me, and I hit them back. They have matured, though, and I doubt they would ever reach out to a friend’s mom now. I don’t like or comment on their posts. I’m sure they forgot I’m still there.

But I see them. And I recently saw something that I couldn’t un-see

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