"Facebook makes you unhappy." You read that right everyone because according to the study, which was published in the journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking found out that those who spend more time on the internet or Facebook are more likely to report that they are unhappy than those who spent more time socializing with them in real life were less likely to report they were unhappy.
"Those who have used Facebook longer agreed more that others were happier, and agreed less that life is fair, and those spending more time on Facebook each week agreed more that others were happier and had better lives," wrote Chou and Edge. "Furthermore, those that included more people whom they did not personally know as their Facebook "friends" agreed more that others had better lives."Seems like Facebook does not only improve communication but it also raises the level of envy and insecurity of people. Very interesting indeed.