The social media guidelines in a relationship

Here are the things you shouldn’t share with the world when it comes to your love life.

Social Media Etiquette
Social Media Etiquette
17 Oct 2015

Social Media Etiquette

Modern couples are no stranger with technology and social media ─ changing status, post romantic photos and share love stories. But, do they really know about the social media etiquette to prevent any damage to the relationship? 

The Fight
The Fight
17 Oct 2015

The Fight

We’ve all seen someone who constantly updates their status to tell the world the sadness or anger they’re feeling because they’re having a fight with the loved one. Or even worse, exchange negative Twitter posts to argue with their partner online. Now, that’s a perfect example of what you should never do because people don’t need to know what you’re arguing about and every lovers’ quarrel should be done privately. 

The Personal Stuff
The Personal Stuff
17 Oct 2015

The Personal Stuff

There might be a time when you want to spice things up and flirt with your spouse virtually. And it’s totally fine! But remember to send that seductive picture or text to their personal number or e-mail instead of a public profile. If you are the receiver, then keep it to yourself. You wouldn’t want anyone to see how hot your wife is in that photo and risking it to be used irresponsibly, would you?

The Exes
The Exes
17 Oct 2015

The Exes

Let's be honest here, there might be one or two ex lovers that are on your friend list but you shouldn’t abuse this virtual friendship just to make your partner jealous. You should also be respectful if your partner decided to accept that friend request from their exes or simply double-tapping a photo in their Instagram account. If you have a problem with that, talk to your beau in private and avoid calling him out online. 

The Intimacy
The Intimacy
17 Oct 2015

The Intimacy

Falling in love is one of the best feelings in the world, but it doesn’t mean that you should post all the photos from that romantic dinner or everything sweet your loved one told you. Avoid filling all of your social media accounts with the images of the two of you, an occasional post about your love life is actually enough.

The Social Plan
The Social Plan
17 Oct 2015

The Social Plan

If you’re going to have an intimate wedding and don’t plan on inviting most of the people on your friend list, then you shouldn’t post too much about your dress, the wedding decoration theme or the event’s date and time. Invite your guest in person to avoid any disappointment from the ones who didn’t get the invitation. 

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