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Many studies have shown just how much FOMO (fear of missing out) affects our mental health, but have you ever stopped to consider how much it's affecting your wealth?
I’m the type of person who literally gets stressed at the idea of missing out. I went bungee jumping and hated every second of it because I couldn’t not do it if other people were.
If the glamorous photo or exclusive check-in is about "showing off", then doesn't that indicate a need for approval in that person which you actually wouldn't want to have? So I say let those people have their moments.
Anyone who knows me well will attest to the fact that I am more than a little nostalgic at times. For something else. Anything
One in two teenagers suffer from the fear of missing out according to the annual stress and wellbeing survey conducted by
The fear of missing out (or FOMO) generated by high levels of social media use can lead to depression and anxiety, according
As a sophomore in college, Alexa Goins landed the opportunity of a lifetime: She was accepted into a semester-long study