Whether you call it “thirst trapping” or “fishing for compliments,” people are constantly using their social media posts to seek validation from the public. Dr. George Simon, PhD, of “Ask The Psych,” says that while some people who behave in this way are genuinely insecure, others may act in this way to manipulate others into giving them attention.

All of these people are examples of those who ventured out into the internet in search of adulation but failed to remember that no one is truly safe there. Take a look at these daring images and captions, read the harsh criticism that was leveled at them, and share your own.

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