Keep relationships off social networks

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]So many couples everyday break up or get into arguments because of something that was said or done on a social networking site. This is a problem with high school students, college students and even celebrities. It’s not just women who can be overprotective and insecure; at times it is men as well.  Conflicts among couples involving social networks is getting ridiculous and I find it to be absolutely ludicrous.

Too many times both men and women get angry when their boyfriend or girlfriend “likes” another guy or girl’s picture on Instagram or Facebook. It’s one thing if your significant other is constantly liking every single picture a particular person is posting, but you cannot get mad every time they like someone’s picture. If they take a picture with someone, as long as it is not inappropriate or intimate, do not worry.

Also, if you have an issue when your partner, do not run and vent to Facebook or Twitter. Everyone does not need to know your business. Keep things in house and deal with your problems face-to-face. Telling everyone on Twitter is only going to worsen a situation.

When dating someone who is very appealing or attractive, you must remember that they will have fans or people who will constantly try to pursue them. On social networks, people are going flirt, comment on pictures, and will ask for their number. There is no need to argue with every person who does these things, and as long as your partner doesn’t entertain them or cheat, keep your composure, and remember that those people are just fans and that he or she is still yours.

However, if you or your significant other has insecurities or gets jealous often, do not engage in acts online that will make them feel some type of way. Do not talk or respond to exes or flirtacious people. Make it known to your friends and followers that you are in a relationship and happily taken, and do not seek attention by posting inappropriate pictures that can mislead licentious and vulnerable people. Ultimately, if you love and trust someone, you must not let Facebook, Instagram or Twitter ruin your relationship.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_facebook type=”standard”][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_tweetmeme type=”horizontal”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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