The results from our experiment strongly suggest that limiting social media usage does have a direct and positive impact on subjective well-being over time, especially with respect to decreasing lonelinesshttps://guilfordjournals.com/doi/10.1521/jscp.2018.37.10.751
and depression. That is, ours is the first study to establish a clear
causal link between decreasing social media use, and improvements in loneliness and depression. It is ironic, but perhaps not
surprising, that reducing social media, which promised to help
us connect with others, actually helps people feel less lonely and
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