Things About Your Relationship Should Never Post Online

Don’t make your social media account your relationship page, since not everyone is a fan of it. Sure, it’s nice when other people admire your relationship and consider it as goals. If you plan to be just seen like that, however, then you’re in a relationship for a rather weird reason.

There’s a reason why researchers often say that couples who rarely post about their relationship online are a lot happier than those who do. While it depends and doesn’t totally apply to everyone, there are just a few things that are best kept offline.

Arguments and Problems

If there’s one thing you should never post on any of your social media accounts, it’d be your arguments. If you really need to let some air out, talk to your friends.

Broadcasting your fight online will only make things worse, since some people might chime in on your arguments thinking that they can help. Remember, arguments and problems are bound to happen in a relationship, and you’re the only ones who can solve it – not anyone else.

Intimate Photos

Kissing or intimate photos is a big no-no when it comes to social media. Photos like that shouldn’t be seen by everyone, since it’s a private moment between you two. Also, you can never be sure that your Facebook friends or Twitter followers would love to see a photo of you and your beau doing some torrid kissing.

Details About Your Date

Your relationship is not a drama series, which means you don’t need to broadcast all the details about your date. We’re not saying you can’t post a photo or two about it, just refrain from posting everything. Remember, your date should just be between the two of you.

Personal Details About Your Beau

We understand that you’re so in love with your significant other, and that you want everyone to know just how amazing he is. However, it’s better if your friends find out why you see him that way on their own, rather than posting the tiniest about your partner online.

Things He Wouldn’t Want You to Post

It’s never a bad idea to ask your partner’s permission first before posting anything about your relationship online – even more so if you’re planning on posting something about him. Perhaps you’ll be posting something he doesn’t want everyone to know. If so, respect his decision. Insisting on posting such things will not only start a fight between you two, it could also end up breaking some limits in your relationship.

We understand that you just want everyone to know how proud you are of your relationship, but posting everything online is just too much. Trust us, it’s a lot sweeter when there are moments that only you two know. It’s like having your own world, and that’s what will make your relationship happier.

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