We all have that one friend on Facebook who can’t go a day without posting something about their ‘bae’.
While you might feel that itch to post up something about your relationship, there should be a limit to it — it’s not everything that goes on in your relationship that should make the headlines on your Facebook wall.
Are you guilty of some of these things below?
1. CONSTANT BRAGGING ABOUT YOUR PARTNER
While it’s good to appreciate your partner, constant bragging about that special person isn’t ideal. When you constantly brag about your partner on Facebook, it could become a cliché that your partner would no longer appreciate or would get so used to. Also, you have to admit that it could become boring and annoying to your friends on Facebook if all they have to see everyday is how your bae / boo is the best in the world and how you would never be with another.
It’s also important to know that the relationship might not last forever; so what happens when it ends?
2. HAVING A GO AT YOUR PARTNER ON FACEBOOK
Just like constantly bragging about your partner on Facebook, it’s also ill-mannered and immature to have a go at your partner on Facebook. Your personal ‘beef’ with your partner should be done in your apartment and not on Facebook.
3. JOKING ABOUT YOUR PARTNER ON FACEBOOK
It might be an honest joke, but I’m pretty sure your partner wouldn’t appreciate you baring their shortcomings on Facebook. If you want to joke about their shortcomings, it should be when you are home alone with them and not on Facebook.
4. EVERYTHING THAT GOES ON IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP
Some people’s relationships are well documented on Facebook; every gift item, every fight, every argument, every date night, every hang out — everything. Come on!
5. A HOT / FUNNY PICTURE OF YOUR PARTNER
Before you post a hot or funny picture of your partner on Facebook, be sure to ask if they are comfortable with it. Never assume; you would be surprised that your partner might be displeased at it.
6. SEEKING RELATIONSHIP ADVICE
You don’t really have to seek relationship advice on your Facebook wall; that would mean you revealing all your relationship details to everyone. You can ask people you trust their judgement privately for advice on your relationship, not the entire Facebook community.
Are you guilty of any of these things on Facebook?