In the end, the study reported a "significantly higher level of satisfaction" among those who laid off Facebook. Participants also reported feeling "less sad and lonely" when out of the Facebook world, which is funny, considering Facebook is a "social" network. Perhaps an anti-social network?
If you take this study seriously, it means that reading about how #blessed your ex-best friend from high school feels with her new #bae doesn't make you happy. And ironically, you probably came here from Facebook. So, uh... stop using Facebook, and subscribe to Thrillist's email (this is only half of a joke).
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Kara King is a News Writer at Thrillist and social media is a mystery she's still trying to unravel. Send news tips to email@example.com and follow her confused tweets at @karatillie.