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Social Media & Dating: Five Things to Keep in Mind


There is no doubt that the development of social media has imparted itself on our relationships. Most of us have our spouses or partners on Facebook or twitter, following each others moves. It doesn’t take long, however, for social media to cause you worry and anxiety over your relationship. You may find yourself beginning to question the guy who comments on every single one of your girlfriend’s posts, or you may be wondering why your boyfriend doesn’t post any cute stuff on your wall. In many cases relationships have been completely destroyed because of social media and how it is incorporate into our everyday lives. If you find yourself constantly worrying about your partner and their actions on social media, we have a few tips for you on how to handle dating in the social media age.

• Do not like or comment on every single one of your partner’s posts. It will do nothing but make you look like a stalker. Do not constantly post about your partner either it can paint you in an obsessive light.

• Despite some of Facebook’s new features, creating an event on your timeline – unless it’s a marriage or birth – should not be revolved around your relationship. If it doesn’t work out, you don’t need the reminder.

• Refrain from “friending” your partner’s friends, unless of course, they send you the request. It will be awkward for your partner if his friends are asking why you sent them a friend request when they don’t even know you.

• Step off of Facebook – go do your own thing. Stalking your partner is not what drew them to you in the first place and it certainly won’t hold their attention. Be yourself, do things that you did prior to the relationship and remain true to yourself.

• Don’t tag your partner if you check in somewhere – say on a date – without asking them first. It’s rude, inconsiderate and your partner may not appreciate everyone on her friends list knowing where you are and what you’re doing.

Social media can be difficult to deal with in a new or established relationship. By respecting each other’s boundaries, however, and refraining from stalking tactics, it does not have to end in disaster.


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