8 Things You Should Never Upload On Social Media About Your Relationship
- 8:06 am April 11, 2018
Social Media serves a great role in connecting people with one another. The things we upload on the internet keeps people updated about us and also shows them what we are up to. Like who we are dating, hows our love life is going and etc. The Internet is a great source of communication between people but it also has its own side effects. Sometimes we share too much information about us on the internet is definitely not good for your privacy and safety.
Keep your sex life private
No matter how open you are regarding your relationship there are some limits for the things you share on the internet. Nobody needs to know what is happening behind the closed doors.
Sex is a very private and personal thing and it is better like that. Sometimes people won’t be even interested in how good your partner is in bed and sharing too much information will create your wrong image in front of people.
Don’t post personal information about your partner
“You can post things that are personal about you if you want, but don’t post things that are personal about your significant other because it becomes an invasion of their privacy,” says Dawn Michael who is a Ph.D., clinical sexologist and also a relationship expert.
Things that you upload on social media can go viral within a minute and if you’re sharing a personal information about your partner then maybe everyone would see it also the ones that your partner may not want to share it with.
Don’t post your arguments
You may be an open person who likes to post everything on the internet but posting the about your fights and the arguments you had with your significant other could be very embarrassing.
Dawn Michael continue to say, “Never put your significant other down on social media, or talk about a fight that the two of you had or are having. When that argument is over, you may seriously regret saying anything because now people are going to have a negative impression of your partner.”
Unapproved pictures of your partner
You may find something funny that you want to post on social media about your partner but it could create a problem for you. You should always ask your partner before uploading their pictures on the internet.
They might not find it funny. Or may be it would be something they want to keep personal. To avoid the chances of the fight always prefer asking your partner before posting anything online.
Don’t post mean jokes about your partner
“When you bring funny things your spouse did up in the right circles, there’s no harm done. But when you post their screw-ups on social media, there’s no context behind it and there’s no filter for what crowd they get shared with. Regardless of how cute you thought it was, your spouse may not want your mother or your college ex to know about it.” says marriage and family therapist Aaron Anderson.
You should always limit yourself to texts when it comes to teasing or roasting your partner. Sometimes the tone could misguide people into thinking that you are mean about your partner.
Don’t give indirect messages through your posts to your partner
Sometimes we are not able to say how exactly we feel and some people have the habit of saying it indirectly either through a public post or through somebody else and this could surely develop the difference between you and your significant other. Whatever you are feeling just tell them directly. That would be the best.Also read: 10 Pictures Reveal The Reality Of The Photos On Social Media
Don’t Upload Pictures Just For The Attention
Sometimes social media attention could be very addictive. After getting addicted, people literally post anything just for more likes and better attention. For example, sharing too much about your love life. Somethings are meant to keep personal and are to be enjoyed by just you two. There is no need to involve everybody in your love life just for the sake of likes.
Don’t Upload Mean Things About Your Partner’s Ex
If your partner had a bad past experience or has a bad relationship that doesn’t give you the power to upload mean things about them. It will only show your insecurity about your relationship.