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Why you should keep the ins and outs of your love life offlinePosted on: December 18, 2012 16:31:10
As a UK single, it sometimes feels like everyone else in the world is in love but you.
Whether it is gushing stories from friends about how great their new partner is or too much PDA - public displays of affection - as you try to go about your business, more often than not, having it thrown in your face just isn't appreciated.
When your time comes and you do find love it can be tempting to tell the world how brilliant together you and your new love interest are, but while people are likely to be pleased for you, they won't necessarily appreciate being bombarded with soppy Facebook statuses and amorous anecdotes.
Thanks to social media, now nowhere is safe for people hoping to escape the daily updates of love's young dream. Just remember, your personal life is called that for a reason and sometimes, less is more when it comes to sharing every detail online.
Excessively posting on your partner's social media pages might seem to you a great way of letting them know what you think of them, but doing it via text is a lot more personal and will mean you are doing it because you mean it, rather than doing it for the benefit of others to see.
Pet names are already quite cringe-worthy things to admit you have for one another, but bombarding someone's timeline on Facebook with references to your 'hunny bunny' or 'twinkle toes' is likely to make most people reading it feel a bit nauseous.
Similarly, the same goes for pictures. During the shiny and new stages of a relationship, capturing the moment is so special. However, bear in mind who can see your snaps. An album dedicated to you and your new beau in various kissing poses might seem cute to you, but would you actually want to see your friend or a family member with their tongue down someone else's throat?
Lastly, keep the gory details of your relationship well away from public view. If things don't go to plan, cryptic messages about an ex partner or online spats with one another when things turn sour are best kept private.
While it might be good entertainment for others and a brilliant way for you to vent any anger, it can just end up looking like a transcript from an episode of Jeremy Kyle - only hopefully without the lie detector results.
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