Most Helpful Girls
Yes and no.
People get hooked on it forgetting all about the person who is sitting right next to them.
They can look at other peoples facebook and instagram wishing that their lives could be better creating a negative comparison.
The temptation to look up an ex can be too much for some.
I had an ex send me a message and because we parted on good terms I responded but I kept it PG. I told him that I'm married with 2 boys and was 7 months pregnant with a girl. Next thing I know he was asking me for a root😳 I shut that bitch down but not before I told the creep off, yes I did tell my husband about it.
My husbands married friend had his facebook set up in a way that made him look like he was single. He is divorced now after leaving his wife for another woman but that relationship didn't last either.
But of course there's more than just facebook, instagram and twitter it's really hard to keep track of what's out there.
My message is simple.
Give your partner, family and friends more attention than you give your phone
1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Yes. Social media has caused relationships to be destroyed because people have become fully dependent on it, like posts about how a relationship should be or if the guy isn't posting you 24/7 he's hiding you and vice versa. I honestly think people have made their relationships dependent on social media and it's actually sad and pathetic.4THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guys
I think we got spoiled with it. We were not ready for it. Now we're hooked on it and our lives are greatly damaged. We should go back on it. Start giving people phones when they're 15 again. Have a much tighter internet service. That's what i love about That 70s Show. They just sit in the basement every day and bust eachother's ball not being each others rooms writing stuff about social media that is highly hypocritical0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE