Just curious. NOT happening to me or anything.
Most Helpful Guy
I personally say "when you get into a relationship, Facebook should disappear from both of your lives. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or whatever you people are into will have a negative impact on your relationship. A phone call or text is more than enough." this even goes for you LDR with looking to be permanent Skype or something that is more directly to your loved one is the way to go.3
Most Helpful Girl
The only reason I use really use facebook is to add people who ask for my number and I don't know them well enough yet so I add them on there. I also leave it there incase people I have lost contact with or if someone lost my number they can still contact me. I don't have half of my family on there even though I still talk to them. I don't add everyone that I'm seeing on facebook all the time either and I don't make status's or add photos all the time.
Everyone uses facebook for different reasons and some people don't even use it that often if at all anymore so I don't think it's that big of a deal and just keeps things a bit more private between the two of you.
I think as long as you know that they aren't just keeping you of their page to be able to appear single to other people they want to try and cheat with then it's not really that big of a deal.
People need to stop putting so much into their online image and worrying about facebook and other social medias and focus on their relationship and how they feel rather then trying to impress everyone.0