Vox: Sober influencers are all over Instagram (17 min)

Updated: Aug 1, 2019

June 18, 2019: Social media influencers are most commonly associated with representing brands and selling their products, but some have begun to post content relating to sobriety, according to Vox. As with many trends on the internet, this comes with positives and negatives. Experts warn that while the general trend toward viewing sobriety as a positive is promising, the potential for unethical promotions and over-dependence on “coaches” rather than counselors may be an issue. You can read more about the new trend here.

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