Last night I saw a guy/girl who are ex's going at it on Facebook because he texted her telling her to stop trying to interfere in his relationship with his new girlfriend and basically cussed her out and called her immature. She took pictures of it with her Iphone and posted it on Facebook. She said if he didn't want everyone to see it he shouldn't have said it.
Reading through the text I found that she was in the wrong. yes he cussed at her and told her to stay out of his life and his business but nowhere did he, imo, cross any lines of threatening her or anything that I thought he needed to be "outed" for being disrespectful to her on Facebook. There was really no way for him to handle it gracefully and they ended up getting into it again in the comments under the picture.
when do you think this type thing is warranted or is it ever? and if it's done to you how the heck do you handle it?
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It shouldn't ever be done. It's nobodies business on what goes on between 2 people unless they want to involve their friends/family. But if it's done, I think you can go to Facebook and report it to see if it can be taken down. The line should be though, never post on Facebook, or somewhere where others can read it, and turn on the other person. Right or wrong, they could ruined on finding someone else to be with because of it.0