14 Things To Never Post About Your Relationship On Social Media

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There is no doubt that in this age of accessible information, social media has played a huge role in shaping our relationships and social interactions. A lot of times, people can develop romantic entanglements and social unions with minimal physical contact because of social media. The advent of social media has made long-distance relationships much easier and more manageable.

It’s no secret that social media interaction can either make or break a relationship. While social media is a relatively new phenomenon to society, it’s important that we are aware of some basis unwritten rules about social media usage especially when it comes to relationships. There are some absolute no-no’s that you need to take note of before you start broadcasting your relationship on social media. Here are just a few of them.

1. Don’t post about your bedroom activities.

This should be left unsaid, right? But you would be surprised at how many idiots feel the need to broadcast their sexual adventures on their social media feeds. No one wants to see your private bedroom activities except for the perverts (and maybe not even them).

2. Don’t post intimate details about your relationship.

No one has the right to know about the nuances of your relationship except for you and your partner. Keep your problems and your most private details to yourselves. If you are having some difficulties, resorting to social media won’t make things any better.

3. Don’t post overly cheesy and tacky romantic messages.

We get it. You’re in love. But there’s really no need to be writing cheesy love letters on your Facebook timeline for the whole world to see. There’s still grace and class in being discreet with your expressions of love. You only need to express your love to your partner, not everyone else.

4. Don’t post anything connected to arguments you might be having.

If you happen to be arguing with your partner at the moment, then there’s really no need to bring the fight to social media. Letting the public know about your feud could only worsen an already sketch situation. Just keep any arguments you might be having between yourselves.- Continue reading on the next page