Relationships can sometimes be difficult. When there are issues; you do what it takes to make it work. I have always said communicating is top priority in relationships. When you discuss things over you can find a solution to the problems.
Many couples can go through a variety of issues. A few examples are family, finances and of course infidelity. Most of these issues couples find their way through. Infidelity may or may not be tolerated. Distance and ignoring your spouse & family is an issue that is rapidly arising.
There is a key factor in this type of behavior in relationships. All association with internet socializing has grown tremendously over the years. Several dozen relationships have ended due to insecurities & infidelities. These circumstances all begin with social media. Now, some people will disagree. Of course not all couples suffer from issues regarding social media. Thus the majority of them do. This is how it all begins.
Before the two of you become a couple. You must remember you’re also an individual. It is your choice if you want to add your relationship on social media. This is a reason why some couples argue. Should you have your relationships status on your profile? Once again it is your choice however if you choose not to. In some cases it will result as an argument with your significant other.
Then you have the constant bickering if the two of you are in an argument. For some odd reason people love to vent out their issues as a status update. This should not be done. Then you have the friends of friends snitching on your whereabouts. Or worse they’re just on your profile to inform your partner or spouse of all your actions.
This is ridiculous. Social media has become such a trend. It is inevitable not to be part of it. If you do not want to be part of the problem; limit yourself on social media. Or do not have anything to do with it all. It is that simple.
It’s to be understood if social networking goes along with your job. So be it. Key to making this work is limiting your time on internet. While you’re at home stay focused on your relationship, marriage and family. Do not be on your computer to be on social websites. If you must keep your cell phone on then at least log out of networks. Pay attention to what is physically in front of you. The true relationship you share intimately. It can easily be taken from you when you neglect it.
So when the two of you are at home. Do not be in the same room or bed with your cell phone on social media. Do not bring your cell phone to the dinner table. Do not allow anyone to instigate any shenanigans they assume. Do not question every single new request. Social media has gone extremely out of control. It can ruin relationships, marriages & families.
Set yourself some boundaries with all social media. Your relationship should not suffer when you do. Trust is essential in any type of relationship. If you do have this then there should be no worries of insecurities. Social media has its way of manipulating its ways into your life. In the end it’s always up to you to choose right from wrong. So the next time you walk in to your home from work or school. Think about how you love, respect and appreciate your relationship. Log out, disconnect from social media. Enjoy the true relationship that is alive, authentic and physically in front of you.