#研究分享#【为什么不要在社交网站偷看前任的动态】

#研究分享#【为什么不要在社交网站偷看前任的动态】俄亥俄州立大学的研究表明,感情中更加坚定的一方,在分手后会遭受更多的痛苦,这使得他们更可能在社交网站上“跟踪”前任来慰藉自己,但这种行为会产生持续伤害,形成恶性循环,使自己感觉更糟,甚至影响到未来的新关系。http://www.looooker.com/archives/17311

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When relationships end, many of us resort to social networks to discover what our exes are up to and who they're with in the hope they are unhappy without us.

But this so-called Facebook 'stalking' can leave lasting damage by prolonging the distress, and it can even affect our future relationships.

In particular, the behaviour creates a cycle in which the site is used for reassurance, but ultimately makes us feel worse about the situation which makes us seek out further reassurance.

 

The findings were made by Dr Jesse Fox from the Ohio State University and her colleagues.

Participants in the study, including 150 male and 281 female Facebook users aged 18 to 42, were surveyed on their attachment style, how invested they are in relationships, whether they use social networks to look for 'alternatives', if they'd ever 'stalked' exes on Facebook, and who ended their last relationship.

 

 

标题:Why you should NEVER stalk your ex on Facebook: Behaviour creates a vicious cycle where the site is used to help cope with a breakup but actually makes it worse

作者:VICTORIA WOOLLASTON FOR MAILONLINE

来源:dailymail

链接:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3247579/Why-NEVER-stalk-ex-Facebook-Behaviour-creates-vicious-cycle-site-used-coping-mechanism-prolongs-distress.html


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