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Study Finds That Facebook Makes You Sad
Researchers found that the more you use Facebook, the likelier you are to feel worse.
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5 Reasons Why Facebook Can Be Dangerous for People With Depression
Stay-at-home dad and blogger, www.raisingsienna.com
5) Falling Behind -- It's impossible to keep up with Facebook because people are always posting one thing or another. Thus
Social Comparison May Lead To Depressive Symptoms. These Mantras Are Here To Alleviate That.
This GPS Guide is part of a series of posts designed to bring you back to balance when you're feeling off course. GPS Guides
Heavy Facebook Use Makes Some People Jealous And Depressed: Study
Paying too much attention to your Facebook friends' updates could be bad for your mental health, according to a new study
What Happens When You Remove Facebook's Most Popular Feature
"When we are constantly being told how many friends we have, we are encouraged to add another, to make that number go higher
How To Quit Facebook Without Experiencing Withdrawal
Cutting off online interactions beyond Facebook can have negative consequences, according to another study last year. Heavy
I'm Single. And I'm Sitting at Home On a Sunday. And You're in the Park With Your Kid.
Lifestyle Blogger at WomanlyWoman.com
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.
Why You Feel Terrible After Spending Too Much Time On Facebook
Both studies, which involved more than 300 English- and German-speaking participants, found the same thing: People felt worse
The Facebook Lie We All Believe
Speaker, author, blogger, worship leader, leadership consultan...
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.
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10 Of The Most Obnoxious Facebook Overshares
We asked out Facebook fans what kinds of posts they absolutely hate seeing on their newsfeed, and they were pretty candid
8 Ways To Avoid Social Media Stress
Updating and browsing your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram accounts probably makes up a huge chunk of the time you
5 Reasons To Stop Checking Facebook At Work
Facebook Study Says Envy Is Rampant On The Social Network
By Reuters, Reuters
"From our observations some of these people will then leave Facebook or at least reduce their use of the site," said Krasnova
If You Didn't 'Like' It On Facebook, Did You Ever Like It At All?
17-year-old NYC-based fashion blogger
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.
Chivalry is Dead -- And So Is Facebook
Writer, Student, and Dreamer
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.
Farewell to Facebook
Boston blogger & Britpop girl
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.
I Facebook, Therefore I Am
Writer and teacher
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.
Depressed? It Must Be Facebook
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.
Facebook Not Linked To Depression, University Of Wisconsin Study Finds
And what they didn't find? The new research challenges various studies that associate Facebook with a host of negative emotional
Facebook Envy: How Cruising Can Kill Self Esteem
Writer, Author, Media Hack and all things Feminist
Facebook Envy can be downright harmful to self esteem. But Facebook is an alternate universe, not reality. It's a ubiquitous PR machine where everyone's persona can sparkle brighter.
Facebook Is Making Us Miserable
Author, 'Passion & Purpose'
In my last post, I noted that Facebook and social media are major contributors to career anxiety. After seeing some of the comments and reactions to the post, it's clear that Facebook in particular takes it a step further: It's actually making us miserable.
'Facebook Depression': A Nonexistent Condition
This catchy new condition got the American Academy of Pediatrics report a lot of media attention. Trouble is, it's a made-up condition which, despite claims to the contrary, is not backed up by any research.
Message to Facebook: I'm Taking Back My Happiness
Senior Facilitator, The OpEd Project
Facebook: Good or bad? Is it nurturing our families and communities by bringing us closer together? Or is it a dangerous threat -- a technology that fosters isolation, anxiety and narcissism?
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