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  • defined (by american psychiatric association) as the obsessive compulsive desire to take photos of one's self and post them on social media as a way to make up for the lack of self-esteem and to fill a gap in intimacy.

    (see: borderline selfitis)
    (see: acute selfitis)
    (see: chronic selfitis)

    selfish – narcissists act selfishly and, even if being generous, are generally only responsive to their own concerns.
    no rules – narcissists feel that they are above others and that the rules don't apply to them.
    inability to take criticism - narcissists have an inflated idea of their own importance, they can be quickly deflated by negative criticism.
    discomfort – it happens due to lot of addiction for selfie.
    unilateral listening – instead of listening in order to respond, narcissists listen in order to dismiss, negate, ignore, minimize or otherwise make someone else's concerns irrelevant.
    refusal to take responsibility – narcissists have a tendency to blame others for things that go wrong.
    angriness – narcissists may become easily angered by critical comments or being ordered what to do.

    excessive use of social networking may be connected to psychiatric problems
    like depression,
    obsessive compulsive disorder,
    body dysmorphia,
    narcissistic personality disorder,
    schizoaffective and schizotypal disorders,
    attention deficit hyperactivity disorder etc.
    there is a human desire to be recognized and appreciated,
    we shouldn't make those people closest to us ask for it.

    1- strict law required to prevent deaths related to selfie and law incudes strictly prohibit the selfie points/place.
    2- parents also have to teach their children's not stick for selfies.
    3- social medias must start campaign against excess selfie.
    4- put the sign boards in certain place/areas that not to have selfie.
    5- required to conduct frequent awareness programmes in school/colleges/workplace.