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4 Science-Backed Reasons Why Quitting Social Media Equals Happiness

By | 2017-09-05T00:30:17+00:00 January 10th, 2017|Categories: Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , |

Quitting social media can make you happier, a recent study suggests. No one needs to remind you that social media can be destructive unless you use it wisely. However, you may not realize that your unconscious bad habits when using it are damaging. They may lead you to have an unhealthy involvement with it. Research suggests that social media makes people too dependent on the internet. Studies and surveys also reveal that those who made the decision to avoid it are much happier than their

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Too Many Friends on Facebook Can Point to One’s Unhappiness, According to Science

By | 2016-11-21T21:37:28+00:00 November 21st, 2016|Categories: Mental Health & Wellbeing, Relationships & Social Life, Social life|Tags: , , |

A recent research associates a large number of friends on Facebook with poor social skills and low levels of happiness. In today's world of social networking, we measure everything with the number of connections, friends, contacts. Doesn’t matter how the network officially calls our on-line friends, we always tend to add more friends to our network… Of course, not all the people have the same social networking skills or needs. But what is interesting is that the number of those who have an enormous number

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Dog People Have a Lot of Friends, Cat People Tend to Be Single, Facebook Study Reveals

By | 2017-09-05T00:56:51+00:00 November 5th, 2016|Categories: Animals, Relationships & Social Life, Social life|Tags: , , , , |

There is a lot of stigma surrounding cat people and dog people, and it seems that people just can’t like both. There have been many psychology articles that detail the different ways in which dog people and cat people think, and their personality types. Mainly, dog people are more extroverted whereas cat people are more introverted. A recent Facebook study has found that stereotype to be, for the most part, true. Facebook carried out a study on over 160,000 American profiles, using object recognition technology

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Study: Your Facebook Friends Are Not Actually Your Friends!

By | 2016-10-15T20:17:30+00:00 August 22nd, 2016|Categories: Relationships & Social Life, Social life|Tags: , , , |

This may seem like an obvious statement, but a new study revealed a lot about the relationships between Facebook users and their Facebook friends. The new study by Professor Robin Dunbar from Oxford University, England, showed what we may have all thought for some time: just because you have a friend on Facebook, it doesn't mean you are really friends. The study highlighted that only 14 out of the average 150 Facebook friends any user has would actually show sympathy for the user, and only

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