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Too much Facebook leads to envy and depression

A recent study conducted by researchers at Nanyang Technological University, Bradley University and the University of Missouri Columbia found that heavy Facebook users can experience envy, which can lead to depression.

Facebook has allowed me a little window into my friends’ lives back home. They have babieswell some of them have teenagers. They have lovely homes. And the dinnersoh the dinners they serve! There are food presentations that look like something out of a Martha Stewart magazine. I watch all the videos of their kids saying the darndest things. I click on their pictures of vacations in exotic places.

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Written by Cara Reedy