On average, in the United States, 88% of teenagers, ages 18-29 are active on Facebook or other social media sites. In the majority of teenagers lives, they are in a fragile state of mind. Teenagers go through several phases. According to medical researchers, “During the second decade of life, the frontal lobe is undergoing significant growth and development. The frontal lobe is the portion of the brain that allows reasoned decision making.” Teenagers are in the midst of growing and do not possess the common knowledge needed to make appropriate decisions that affect how their lives may turn out. Curiosity is a normal feeling that every teenager or even adults experience in life. Due to curiosity and many other factors, people tend to follow another person’s social media account even if they do not know them personally. One example of a situation that causes teenagers to seek online presence is “teens who face temporary or continuing challenges -- including personal mental health issues, difficulties in school, and/or challenges in relationships with family or friends [they] are at high risk online. They are not likely to pay attention to obvious risks or make good choices. They are highly vulnerable to manipulation by dangerous individuals or groups because they are seeking attention.” Overall, the main reason people follow strangers online is due to curiosity.