Facebook Can Be Used In Self Help Process…

Social networking sites like Facebook can be used as a self help therapy tool, according to researchers from Queensland University of Technology in Australia.

It seems, based on a New Media & Society published study, the self-important prattle, embarrassing confessions, and good news announcements posted on Facebook can be used as part of a therapeutic, self help process.

These shares can encourage feedback as well as personal reflection upon opinions and actions – further allowing us to understand and improve ourselves.

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What Becomes of Facebook in 2014?

It’s interesting reading the many discussions on what Facebook will be in 2014. The social network has become an integral part of people’s lives, personal and business, and the latest changes to its NewsFeed, filter algorithms and advertising models have many nervous about what they to expect. It’s hard to say whether the changes will have a positive or negative effect on the user experience – which is what the company is touting as the main focus of their changes – though it is clear that Facebook is riding a very fine line between necessary profit growth and ongoing user demand. Here are a few of the major changes and their potential impacts:

See on socialmediatoday.com