Summary Response

In the article “Friends with Benefits” by Kate Dailey claims that there are benefits to having social media friends on Faceable. She started to think how we use Faceable when one of her college friend posted about her loss of son on Faceable. Dailey felt posting that on Faceable was extremely personal, but when she started to examine the benefits of Faceable friends, she changed her mind.

She thinks that Faceable Is the perfect place to let everyone know of her tragedy without telling her Tory repeatedly, and the support that her friend will get from Faceable will be helpful. “Research has shown that a strong network of friends could be very important to get through your problems. ” Dailey conducted a survey on Faceable asking her friends, “Can Faceable makes them good friends. ” Several people commented “Faceable doesn’t make them better friends, but a better acquaintance. ” Faceable allows people to send happy messages and comment on posts, which research has shown that it is good for our self-esteem.

It is also a way to get information about something that you don’t know from a broad range of people, to get a lot of different opinions. Dailey also explains that Faceable cannot replace face to face communication or the in person friendship. Some studies show that too much of online living will not satisfy our daily world, and they claim that will these friends really help you when you are in trouble. Finally Dailey understands this as “Faceable works best as an amplification of a “real life” social life, not a replacement. After reading this article, I saw Faceable from a different point of view.

Should Kate Dailey post about her son death news on Faceable? Personally I would never put the death of loved ones on Faceable for everyone to see because I would not like to bother my friends with such bad news. I can understand how this takes away the pain by explaining the story again and again, but I think that it is not all of my Faceable friends business to know. I agree with Kate when she says that a strong network of friends can be the perfect way to deal with tragedy but are all those friends really going to help you when you are In trouble.

It Is hard to believe but people will dismiss the topic of tragedy quicker through the Internet rather than learning by word of mouth or face to face. If any of my friends put up a tragedy on Faceable, of course I am going to be sad and share my condolences, but I will also make sure that they are fine. Because at the end of the day, Like Kate said, all you really need Is a strong network of friends to help you when you are In trouble. However, before Faceable you knew when someone showed at your house to offer their condolences that was something real. Something you couldn’t express through

Faceable. Summary Response 5 By Tumor-Mortal Due Date: 09/16/2014 Faceable is the perfect place to let everyone know of her tragedy without telling her friends really going to help you when you are in trouble. It is hard to believe but people will dismiss the topic of tragedy quicker through the internet rather than make sure that they are fine. Because at the end of the day, like Kate said, all you really need is a strong network of friends to help you when you are in trouble. Their condolences that was something real. Something you couldn’t express through