Many newly divorced or single people are turning to Facebook as a place to meet their Lasting Love. After all, this is where they hang out with…
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If you are in a relationship where trust is shaky and you feel like you need to check up on what he’s doing online, that’s another red flag.
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On FaceBook, I changed my “status” to “in a relationship.” When someone tells their “friends” on FaceBook that they are in a relationship, we call this…
I hate Facebook. Every time I get on Facebook I lose all track of time. I try to set “rules” like “I’ll only give myself five minutes and then, no matter..
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You’ve just been out on a great first date. You had a lovely time and seemed to get on really well. You would love to see this person again and find…
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Your Facebook account has the power to destroy any new or potential romantic relationships with as much speed and as little effort as accepting a friend request.
I have been out with Mike three times and I really like him. One of my friends wanted to see a picture of him, so we looked him up on Facebook. His profile wasn’t private, so I was able to look at all of his pictures. We went through a bunch of them and the majority of the photos are of him and one woman. He doesn’t have a sister and they look like more than just friends in some of the pictures. I know I would seem crazy if I mentioned anything, especially because we are not friends on Facebook. What should I do?
Let’s get schooled on the don’ts of social media when you are in marital bond and/or a committed relationship…
You can lust after them, fall in love, make up and break up all without touching, smelling or tasting them.
I always treated her like my queen and the goddess that she is but one day – she was gone. What can I do to get her back? How can I fix whatever I broke?