What teenagers look like they're doing and what they're actually doing can be two totally different things – especially when it comes to social media. A bored-looking ninth-grader could be majorly bonding with her new BFF on Snapchat. A 10th-grade gamer may complain loudly when you cut off his internet but be secretly relieved. An awkward eighth-grader may be YouTube's hottest star. To find out what's really going on in teens' social media lives, Common Sense Media polled more than 1,100 13- to 17-year-olds in its latest research, Social Media, Social Life: Teens Reveal Their Experiences. The new study updates our 2012 study on teens and social media with surprising new findings that address many of parents' most pressing concerns about issues such as cyberbullying, depression and even the popularity of Facebook (spoiler alert: It's not).