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10 Harsh Reminders That Social Media Can KILL Your Relationship
Bragging about your relationship on social media? We get the impulse. Some posts might seem innocuous while putting your relationship in jeopardy. For instance…. Second of all, no one likes a TMI-nator.
Disclaimer: The following article is not a personal attack on social media, or any individual s , so please do not take this to heart. This article's purpose is merely to provide hindsight on an issue that currently serves as a serious problem across many social media platforms and is based on my own personal experiences. Social media will always go down as a milestone for the internet. All these things and then some can be accessed with the simple click of a button, or through easy access on your smartphones or tablets. Social media is hands down super convenient and serves many useful purposes. But what if I were to tell you that many of us in today's society are abusing the purpose that these platforms were originally intended for?
Firstly, I do not have anything against people who do display their relationship, whether it be for the right or wrong reasons. I am also not here to judge you or tell you how you should manage your relationship image on your instagram feed. I will however, explain to you why I personally decided not to expose my relationship on my social media.
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Why I Don’t Post About My Relationship On Social Media
When it comes to relationships regarding social media, this couldn't be more true. Isn't that a big part of it? Except, there is no such thing as a perfect relationship , is there? Everyone argues, fights, people make mistakes. Making snide posts about your partner online because you're upset with them will ALWAYS come back to bite you in the butt and getting angry with your significant other because they forgot to post on your FB wall for your birthday is downright criminal. I'd take a happy birthday and a hug in person over a Facebook post or tweet any day. You may think posting about your lover online is cute and endearing.
Great fun and 2. A duck sized bear, obviously. As I recently learnt that ducks hiss. Youtube that shit. Did you shave this morning and empty your razor-ful of pubes all over the shower wall? Usually the answer is yes. But when my friend asked me this question on this particular day, I was in a gambling mood.
I forget how many impressionable eyes see my content, especially on Instagram. You are important because of who you are. You are worthy because of the incredible talents and personality you have built inside. I think posting regularly about a significant other can often lead to this belief that a person is inadequate without another person by their side. The emphasis is on the wrong thing in my opinion.