When a relationship ends, Facebook can become the go-to tool for “checking-up” on an ex.
As predictable as it may seem, British researchers found that Facebook stalking only deepens emotional wounds.
The new study reported that this common post-break up practice harbors old feelings and makes it difficult for an individual to move on with their life.
"This study sees again virtual life mirroring real life,” said Brenda Wiederhold, editor-in-chief of Cyberspychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, which published the study out of Brunel University in Uxbridge.
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