Psychological problems for those who want people to put their photos on their avatars in social networks. Pshlnh from my personal life with my sofa analyst, okyushki? Maybe you also need the key to the apartment where the money is? People who think that others should be held accountable to them are simply sick. They have problems with self-esteem. They care about everything. Including - to those who have nothing to do with them at all. And before what pictures they put on avatars. This is NOT NORMAL.
Do you really have nothing to do other than buhurt on random people on social networks? Get yourself a life!
I have been on the Internet since the days of the dial-up Internet, and you, "normies" who wanted to stick your photo in every hole - were in the minority. And now you have pinned yourself and think that everyone should be the same as you. Screw you.
By the way, I'm an extrovert, and I love my appearance. I also love pictures. And I can associate myself with a photo of a stone. Or birds. Or buildings. Or the sea. Or a game character. And I like to look not only at myself. But what I don't like is social networks and looking at your empty eyes there on identical photos, absolutely devoid of any artistic value.
in most cases, any human actions, including avatars, have nothing to do with the presence or absence of psychological problems
sometimes they are just avatars
-VK page is even more deceiving than appearance -It is foolish to judge the psycho-state based only on the page in social networks -A person can treat his page as he wants, and the reason for the absence of a photo can be any -What kind are these pictures? If there is completely darkness, masochism and other suicidal crap tooo well, some small conclusion can be drawn, at least we can assume that the person is a show-off. But again, the lines are higher.
These are normal social media safety measures. You can learn too much from the photo (here, read about all the dangers at antisoc.ru). With a picture, the one who does not need it will not guess how you look. And from everyone else you can hide where you live, where you are, etc.
I love photography as an art. I put pictures on my avatar only because there is no one to photograph me normally, and I got old photos. Such is the sadness)
I answer from the position of the "object of study". First, I started a page with a different name and no photos so that people from my past, with whom, roughly speaking, I broke up, would not find me. Previously, I had a large company and half a city of various acquaintances from informal circles, but I was disappointed in such a life and reduced my circle of friends to the closest ones. As soon as I add a photo (and this is verified), a lot of "bored" and "lost" ones immediately come to me, which, well, I don't need and that's it.
I never liked taking pictures of myself before, because I'm not a narcissist. Friends have my photos, but let them have it, but why should I? Look at yourself? I photograph things that are not with me all the time: places, phenomena, night photo walks.
The popularity of profiles with user photos is higher, because a picture is a picture - it will not interest you. And I am a recluse, living for the sake of creative self-realization, and I have enough "favorites" on whom I am not sorry to spend my time. If for you I am still notorious or with my behavior I resemble an abnormal, then I am quite successful in what I intended. My circle of people "by passes" and a lot of time that I used to exchange for hordes of one-time friends.
I speak as one of those people. During all my 4-year stay in VK I changed my ava only once, and then for several days, after which I returned the old one (which you see now, by the way). No, I (I hope) have no psychological problems, and I just don't like to flaunt my face. And yes, in my opinion, I do not look good in photos. Film However, according to Daniel, this is also a problem. In my opinion, I am simply too self-critical. Besides, this picture attracted my attention from the very first viewing, for I am an incorrigible Tolkienist.
P.S. I still wonder where a couple of my friends dug up my childhood photo of me lying on the couch.
If a person in social networks always uses their photos instead of pictures, does this imply certain psychological problems? Or doesn't it?
This was acceptable, as it was said here above, in the era of Internet 1.0, when online and offline existed in parallel realities, and nicknames replaced names, and freaks on userpics - real people. In these times, when online and offline have long merged, this looks strange to say the least.
Not at all necessary! This may also mean that a person “came” to the network not in the last couple of years, but earlier - in the era of LiveJournal or even forums, when it was simply not accepted to have a photo of yourself on an avatar of 100 * 100 pixels. Not to mention those of us who remember chats and dial-up ...
My personal observations - if a person on Facebook (I won't talk about other networks) has a fake photo and a name from the series "Irishka Pink Vialochka", then 90% is either a spammer, or an employee of Olgino, or CHILOVEK! WHICH HAS LITTLE ,,, SPACES, but there are many brackets))))))))) with all the ensuing life positions.
I will answer as a person who does not have his own photo on the ava of a constantly used VK account. I noticed this for a long time, I love introspection and that's what I came to.
Nobody sees my ava more often, for obvious reasons. And no one sees my face more often than me. I love my appearance, I have very good photos, but I personally get tired of watching my physiognomy in such a doubled amount. Anyone interested in seeing how I look can go to my photos, for example. And on ava, I prefer to put photos / pictures that are pleasing to the eye and / or correspond to my self-awareness in this period of my life.
In the era of social networks, both from the experience of communicating with such people, as well as having certain psychological knowledge (bachelor of psychology), I often notice that people have complexes in terms of their appearance, but this does not mean that they have deep psychological problems, and they must be feared. Often, such people are introverts, closed in relation to other people and to society. If you go deeper into the essence of the question itself, and specifically, put a photo of celebrities or some other picture on the avatar, then you can compose a psychological portrait of a person, and the darker the photos in the profile, the more closed the person is. In the era of social networks, and a huge number of photographs, a certain idealized image of how it should be in reality is created, and people who are not capable of critical thinking take for their world it is fictional, and not real.
There can be a whole range of problems, from dissatisfaction with their appearance ("beautiful girls are needed so that ugly ones have beautiful avatars" (c) to the desire to construct a certain image of oneself that differs from reality. For example, to imagine oneself as a magic elf or a dragon. this may indicate a person's desire to emphasize his exclusivity, uniqueness, to go beyond the social circle. Escapism, infantilism and the desire to create intrigue for his own person.
However, all these are just possibilities. It is hopeless, and in many respects even dangerous. One can consider a deeply creative person as an infantile escapist, who simply has "such a mood" today.
In other words, the answer is yes and no. that the person's account is not the main one, but an additional one.
No, not required. The fact that a person uses pictures instead of his photo may say, for example, that he simply does not want to show his photo to someone unknown. Or that he associates himself with the images with which he replaces his photographs. Or that he wants to create a certain artistic image of himself on social media. And this is more about creativity than about problems.
If a person is on social networks for more than 1.5 seconds a day, this implies certain psychological problems. So relax and have fun.