Don’t be afraid to tell your SO what you’re ok with and what you’re not. I don’t want either one of us on any dating site: those include Tinder, Bumble, etc.
But it’s not normal to say, I want you to delete all social apps and restart and make your page private and only post photos of the two of us.
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Of course, you guys had varying opinions about these common beliefs. #sad According to Pew Research Center survey, 45% of millennials said their social media had a major impact on their relationships.
The same way we must all set boundaries in all aspects of our lives, we also must set boundaries when it comes to social media.
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In my opinion, you must use on social media the same common social sense you would use in real life.
Bottom line is this – social media could very well be a stepping stone to the reality of what the deep rooted issues are in your relationship.
Trust, commitment, respect, quality of time, security – in the end, we are humans who need these things on and off our social platforms.
These people are experiencing a high level of uncertainty in their relationship.
Which means, that you as the partner are not doing a good job in making her feel SAFE and secure (or perhaps grown paranoid from bad experiences in her past). How do you make social media work for you and your relationship? Talk to your significant other openly about how you want to handle social media. It’s normal for you and your partner to set such boundaries like…