That is the title of an article published by fyi Living. It talks about how social networking, such as Facebook can really harm teen mental health if used extremely regularly. A professor of psychology believes that teens who constantly use Facebook "show more aggression, mania, anxiety and depression.” They believe that it gets worse as the teens age. It also brings up that Facebook depression is real and may some day be a clinical term.
I've heard stories of teens bullying or gossiping using Facebook, instant messaging, and even e-mail. It really did affect the ones they targeted. The internet is just another vessel people use to communicate. It could be another vessel teens utilize for all sorts of communication and since bullying and gossiping happens in real life, it seems like it would transcend online as well.
What do you think about this?
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