Friday, July 18, 2014

Social media users more likely to divorce.

Why am I not surprised?
Social media websites in general and Facebook in particular may be linked to an increased likelihood of divorce, claims a recently released study.
"Results show that using social networking sites negatively correlated with marriage quality and happiness, and positively correlated with experiencing a troubled relationship and thinking about divorce."
"It's hard to know what comes first: Divorce or obsessing about the lives of others on Facebook." - Christian Post

I wonder how many have lost jobs as well?  Or worse - quit their jobs to write a blog and collect donations, hoping for a book deal and speaking engagements?  

Were people this nuts before social media?


  1. Yes but we didn't know it immediately.

  2. It also explains their reaction to the Pope. I would say a lot of the same antagonism for Pope Francis is the kind of antagonism created via social media that leads to divorce.


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