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Author Topic: Social media ruining relationships

April 19, 2018, 03:36:36 PM
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Ever since the world became a global village, everything about association, communication and relationship have taken a significant change. Some people actually found love through social media while social media have destroyed lots of other people people's relationships.

What's your take on social media ruining relationships today?

April 19, 2018, 07:15:38 PM
Reply #1


I don't think social media is a culprit in ruining a relationship. Those who cheat on partners also used to cheat their partners before the evolution of social media. Those who are loyal to the partners were also loyal before there were social media. The increasing cases of cheating are not because of social media, cheating happened in the past, and it continues in the present. It is just that people know more about cheating because of communication platforms.

April 20, 2018, 02:12:22 AM
Reply #2


It would depend on what you post on your social media account. Not everyone can handle lightly whatever they could read or see on your post. There are a lot of bashers nowadays and they always comment with anything until you will get annoyed, hurt or mad. It's always up to you whether you want to be affected or just ignore whatever they say. Just always mind on what you post. Post the happy moments you have, not the moments where you have troubles in the relationship since this could be a start of a ruined relationship by social media.

April 21, 2018, 04:13:45 AM
Reply #3


I think one of the biggest problems with social media is that we always think the grass is greener on the other side with it. People only portray the good in their lives a lot of the time - and we forget that everyone has struggles! So then I think many of us start thinking when we argue with our spouses that there's something wrong with us or with our relationships...especially when you think no one else out there is fighting from time to time or dealing with their own challenges.

April 21, 2018, 05:05:23 AM
Reply #4


They do not have to.

Watch what you watch and you will be fine.

On other hand, you can not stop your partner from trying to talk to someone else.If you bust your head about it, you will get yourself a lot of stress.

If your partner wants to cheat over social media, there is nothing you can do about it, besides leave your partner, simple as that.

April 21, 2018, 08:02:25 AM
Reply #5


I agree with you, I am a guy who was close to losing his family because of the social site called Instagram, I have used this site without my wife to know, she found out and we had a big fight. Being close to lose my family I have realized that social site is not good for people like me.
In some cases, there were people who divorced because they cheated their partner.

April 21, 2018, 09:37:49 AM
Reply #6


I believe that social media has nothing to do with ruining a relationship. Its your action that does the damage it is all about being responsible with what you do. Being faithful to your partner always respecting them and never wanting to hurt them in any possible way.
The not so expert love adviser :)

April 21, 2018, 09:57:27 AM
Reply #7


I don't think the social media has any thing to do with broken relationships tho. I mean, if only people know the difference between flirting and socializing, then I don't think there'll be misunderstandings as well as broken relationships (as they say) right now.

Most women/men who've been cheated by their partners use social media as an excuse because they sometimes forget about the responsibilities they failed to perform. I mean, if your partner is chatting someone else, don't make a fuss out of it. A lot of girls, based from the people I know, they always fight with their boyfriends because they are chatting other girls, liking other girls' posts, and following them on Instagram. They're very suspicious and sometimes it also applies to other men. For me, that's one of the reasons why their partners feel the lack of trust which is a mutual responsibility.

April 22, 2018, 02:38:16 AM
Reply #8

Patrick Y

Some people are bettering at social media than others.  In some cases, the bad ones could totally ruin relationships with partners - as well as others.  Anyway, I would assess about how well you fit with social media before getting into it.  I mean, it can be the source of bullying too - especially if you have minority political views.