Facebook is the most successful, useful and powerful tool of social networking. It’s the best invention but it is also the worst creation conceived by elite dropouts of Harvard University. Their ingenuity creates an innovation in communication, delivering information, as well as, in building and destroying a relationship.
When both partners are active using this social networking site, they will either encounter some of the drawbacks of joining in Facebook.
- They will bump into new and “cool” good-looking folks.
- They will brag about their sweet getaways and be grudging with others.
- They will come across and pry on former flames.
- They will go through skepticism and uncertainties with their sweethearts through cynic tagged photos and friend requests.
- They will fall upon on suspiciousness and possessiveness on their romantic involvement because of iffy inbox messages.
Nowadays, it’s usual in a Boyfriend-and-Girlfriend attachment to change, update and broadcast their relationship status on Facebook, so that people will know that their affair is seriously real. Well, for some people, they think that there is no need to make haste spreading the news in public because for several Facebook users, “it is really none of their business to know that!”
And for young couples’ friends on Facebook, shouting their relationship daily through filling out the space on “What’s on your mind?” box is really peeving. Such as:
Perhaps, most of their mutual friends get the point publicizing it on this diary-like platform on the cybersphere, right? Pretty sure, that everyone is happy for the both of lovers. But, how about those condemning shout outs a month ago like:
"Why do guys cheat on the best and sweetest girls for a bitchy and sluty girl? It just doesn't make sense. You have all you need?"
"Why can't all guys be like Noah from the Notebook! #wishfulthinking"
Now that she's back on his loving arms:
"I love you. I am so in love with you. It's like you're a disease, it's like I'm infected and I just can't think about anything or anybody."
"He is perfect for me and I am perfect for him, I am so lucky, we are so in love with each other, I couldn't ask for more."
These are just the crazy senselessness of a relationship that glues on social media. Facebook enthusiasts, especially those teens have to be smart on their actions on networking sites. Definitely, a happy relationship doesn’t depend on this wicked online platform. Being transparent with one another is an ideal way of behaving towards an everlastingly affair. Click to read more...