Digitally-native teenagers' expectations about social interactions in real life

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If a teenager can artificially inflate the volume of social interactions thanks to social media, what will his/her expectation be about the volume of social interactions in the real world? And what will happen once he/she discovers that social interactions in the real world are a microscopic fraction of the ones people can procure themselves online?

If a personality still in development exhibits the need for validation, and 100,000 random strangers sending you a single "Hi" per day is a form of validation, how will that personality react when, in the real world, he/she only receives 1-2 validations a week?

If that personality interprets 100,000 inbound interactions a day as "I am wanted. People care about me.", what will be the interpretation of 1-2 inbound interactions a week?