Although Facebook is helping us to become better people, some would like to infer that it is also making us worse humans. Doug Gross author of "5 ways Facebook changed us, for better and worse" argues that Facebook users tend to overshare, they tend to relive the past by befriending old friends which makes them depressed, everyday is a reunion, and privacy is a main concern. He argues that although Facebook may be good for some reasons such as reconnecting it could also be viewed negatively especially in the case of relationships gone bad.
Not all connections are good connections
Facebook can sometimes be funny
Facebook is beneficial to users who want to advance in technology while those who are stuck in their way will continue to see the negatives about it. Facebook will continue to be a social networking website that will allow others to build relationships, find jobs, and find support for their families.
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Gross, D. (2014, January 31). 5 ways Facebook changed us, for better and worse. Retrieved December 09, 2016, from http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/31/tech/social-media/facebook-changes/