08/07/2014 13:16 BST | Updated 08/07/2014 13:59 BST

Selfies Anonymous: The Hilarious Fictional Support Group That Should Totally Be A Real Thing

We're fast becoming a nation addicted to taking selfies - for many, the temptation to over-share over-filtered pictures is just too much to resist.

But how can a whole Instagram generation break the trigger-happy habit of a lifetime?

Maybe group therapy could be the answer.

In the above satirical video, a group of selfie-holics share their stories at the Selfies Anonymous support group.

As they share their hilarious anecdotes, the ridiculousness of the selfie craze is truly exposed.

This may be a fictional support group, but we're wondering if Selfies Anonymous could actually be a really good idea - perhaps those snapping dangerous selfies at the Tour de France would like to join?


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