As a mother and a woman, I have found a reoccurring theme among women that is sadly disappointing me. With the prevalence of social media, it would seem that some women have lost all of their senses, self dignity, and commence to becoming “models” on the internet. When I refer to models, many normal pictures I do not have a problem with, provided that you have clothes on and appear respectable. What I am referring to is women appearing spread eagle on Instagram so that you can see so far up their vag, that their cervix is showing. Now this may offend
SOCIAL MEDIA MANNERS
These divorce statistics regarding social media will make you think twice before sharing. Read on to learn the three ways social sharing can be used against you in the Court Of Law.
Should you post that cute pic of your partner sleeping on Facebook? Probably not. Relationship expert Debra Smouse explains why sharing personal pictures of your partner on social media may be a betrayal — and the questions you should ask yourself before you click "upload now".
Social media can be trouble for relationships, but if you are aware of the pitfalls, take precautions, and are honest with yourself, you can safeguard your relationship. There are a four major aspects of social media sites which make them minefields for relationships. 1. Most people minimize what they are doing on them. Users view them as "innocent." The justifications are "I only tweet him a little", "It's harmless flirtation” or "It's not like I'm cheating or having an affair."
Social media has become the new go-to way for people to update friends on their opinions, lives and feelings. Read this expert relationship coach advice on how to maintain healthy relationships as you Facebook, Instagram, Tweet & share.
Social media has created an anti-privacy culture. Researchers are studying how people use social media, and what it could reveal about your personality.
It’s almost impossible to live in this modern metropolitan world without some form of online attachment and it can really get in the way of our romantic relationships if we don’t watch out. I was rather late to the internet-party but now I’d say I’m certifiably addicted. Leave the smart phone home for the afternoon…? Not a chance! I’d hate to be ‘out of touch’. This kind of constant interaction online can interfere with our in-person relationships. Especially sexually.
“Why does dating have to be so hard?” That is the question that most of my clients always seem to ask during our initial consultation process. Nobody really teaches us how to date. Most of us learn by years of trial and error, some of us learn by observing and others are still in the process of trying to figure out what works for them. They say hind sight is 20/20 but even then, sometimes we find ourselves getting caught up in some of these infamous dating traps that keep us on our search for finding “The One.”
‘If we all put our problems into a hat and then picked out of it someone else’s problems, we’d all ask for our own back.’ In this Facebook/Twitter/Social Media world that we live in, it’s easy to get caught up in the game of “compare and despair”. You know what I mean? You see your “friends” (some of them you’ve never even met in person! posting pictures of their amazing vacations)Envy Are you counting other people’s blessings instead of your own?
"Thinking of you is workin' up my appetite, looking forward to a little afternoon delight. Rubbin' sticks and stones together makes the sparks ingite, and the thought of rubbin' you is getting so exciting..." A gem written by Starland Vocal Band in the 70s and made infamous in Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy, "Afternoon Delight" is one of the cheesiest, yet sexually suggestive songs in existence.
By Talking Teenage Jennifer A. Powell-Lunder, Psy.D., for GalTime.com A few days ago a guy I was friendly with in college changed his status from ‘single’ to ‘in a relationship.’ The flurry of speculative phone calls that followed reached epic proportions. “I didn’t even know he was divorced,” cried one friend. “Who would marry him?,” asked his ex-girlfriend from college.
If you're like us, you avoided Facebook on Valentine's Day since there were probably enough photos of flowers, chocolate and "I have the best guy in the world!!!" updates for you to stomach. Yeah, we hear you. But, you might want to play it safe and avoid it today too – there could be a chance that one of your status-happy friends got engaged on the most unoriginal day of the year.
Being in a relationship involves being committed to another person. It takes two people to give 100 percent of themselves to remain an alliance. In the beginning, if you are on a social media site like Facebook, it is only natural to want to post "In a Relationship" as your relationship status to show all of your 500 friends how happy you both are. But what happens when the relationship ends? What do you do then?
You love your boyfriend or girlfriend. You also love social media. Does that mean you should combine your two loves so that everyone on your friends list knows who you're going to bed with... and when? Can A Twitter Romance Lead To Real-Life Love? In this video, Cyber Dating Coach & YourTango Expert Julie Spira advises a reader who says she often sees couples talking about each other on Twitter. She wonders if she should start doing the same with her significant other.
In a perfect, sexually satisfied world, people would give up just about anything to do the deed. "The dishes need to be done? Let's have a quickie first, honey. Need to update your Facebook status? Not until you reach a climax, mister!"
"How DARE he!" Roxie stormed. "On my voicemail….Who does he think he is!" "Tell me about it," Barb said, "My ex sent me a text message!" What is our world coming to? Is breaking up by text the trend of the future? What is your worst break up story?