McFly report: Study shows selfies are bad for relationships

A new study shows that selfies are bad for relationships

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Are selfies bad for your relationship? Here's a study that could help you from breaking up. 

You could be sabotaging your relationship by posting too many selfies. A new study found that people who have higher levels of satisfaction with their body image share more photos of themselves on Instagram.The Journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking says those individuals in turn report more conflicts with their significant others. Apparently, the couples' arguments stemmed from the partner feeling jealous or threatened over the attention the photos garnered online. 

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