facebook depression

Researchers found that the more you use Facebook, the likelier you are to feel worse.
5) Falling Behind -- It's impossible to keep up with Facebook because people are always posting one thing or another. Thus
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Paying too much attention to your Facebook friends' updates could be bad for your mental health, according to a new study
"When we are constantly being told how many friends we have, we are encouraged to add another, to make that number go higher
Cutting off online interactions beyond Facebook can have negative consequences, according to another study last year. Heavy
I'm writing this post to ask that if you have a family, you take a moment to recognize that they are a blessing. The moments you are having with your husband and your kids should be treasured, even the moments where things aren't working out the way you had hoped.
Both studies, which involved more than 300 English- and German-speaking participants, found the same thing: People felt worse
Wanna know a secret? We're all just fighting for something we already have. Like looking for the pen that's tucked behind my own ear. I scan my page for "likes" in hopes of finding a sense of peace. To drown out the voice in my head. My voice.
We asked out Facebook fans what kinds of posts they absolutely hate seeing on their newsfeed, and they were pretty candid
Updating and browsing your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram accounts probably makes up a huge chunk of the time you
"From our observations some of these people will then leave Facebook or at least reduce their use of the site," said Krasnova
I spent time liking things on my own profile, following people I like on Twitter, all to cultivate an online reputation that matches who I am IRL, hoping that someone is doing the same for me.
I got my Facebook account in seventh grade. It was a huge deal and I remember feeling so cool -- I had a Facebook! Four years later Facebook has lost its sparkle.
With all of the negative press against Facebook (going public, anyone?) I can't help but wonder if it's slowly but surely going the way of MySpace.
Facebook has taken on less and less the character of a social networking site and more and more that of a massive image-maintenance machine. Everyone posts photos of their beautiful vacations, their beautiful babies, and their beautiful spouses.
A few days ago, the media reported on a study done by researchers at the University of Wisconsin that concluded Facebook is indeed safe for consumption.