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EP 11 – Stop Comparing Yourself to Others on Social Media

This week in our return to releasing episodes we’re discussing comparisonitis and the dangerous aspect of comparing every aspect of our lives to other people. 

By Sarah Potter

June 22, 2021

We constantly compare ourselves to others on social media. Be it from looking at an ad, scrolling through our endless feeds, or searching out content of others we idolize. It’s hard to stop finding people to compare ourselves to. This is especially true in the body positivity movement, among entrepreneurs, and within gender specific realms. This week in our return to releasing episodes we’re discussing comparisonitis and the dangerous aspect of comparing every aspect of our lives to other people. 

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Sarah Potter & Alli Paolone

Meet Sarah and Alli, two social media marketing consultants and digital experts who've been foraging their way since the early 2010's. This dynamic duo sasses the social media industry and sets some unspoken rules straight in this podcast on marketing, life, and all the therapy social media marketer workers need. 

"We’re not here to tell you how to do your job, we’re here to validate the shit out of what you’re doing and reinforce the unspoken ground rules of social media workers everywhere," says Sarah–known for her bold and brash approach to social content. 

This podcast is for more than just social media workers too. Social Media therapy is here for everyone worn out and burned by the ever-changing algorithms and forced sense of care about social platforms, and the social media rat race.

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