Blame Networking Sites For Your Break-Up
Many break-ups nowadays come from abuse, but you can also blame the web, and all the social networking sites. The cool new networking sites are a big reason why you might be having relationship problems. Yes, you know exactly what I mean; now your partner can communicate with his ex whom he still has feelings for. Worse yet, he’s looking for someone better than you.
A person who has to be checking his Facebook or updating his Twitter status every 5 minutes is obsessed with the web. Lets take a look at my example:
One beautiful sunny evening my ex bought a computer and that started a lot of our problems. He decided to connect with all the friends he had not seen in years through Facebook, Myspace, Farmville, Twitter, the most trending social networking sites. I had a feeling the good old days were coming to an end, we stopped going out to places, the time we would spend together was diminishing. When we would hang out, he was always late because he was playing Farmville, or he was talking to friends. He would take me home early because he had to pick some crops on his fake farm. Ridiculous, right? Yeah, I thought so too, but for him that was his new world.
So what do you do when all the time your partner invests is on games, social networking sites and friends? Well, I started trading him for my friends and going out to the mall, concerts etc. As you can see, I did not create a Facebook account as he did because I don’t like living in a fake world. You can also try and talk to him, tell him how you feel. If that doesn’t work, then there might be a more powerful reason why he’s always online; I doubt he’s obsessed with his friends, right? Maybe he met a new girl or is talking to his ex again. Try telling him you’ll create a Facebook and see how he reacts. If he seems chill about it, then create it just to keep an eye on him. If he tries to stop you from making a Facebook page, then try and find out what’s going on, but don’t overreact right away until you have proof he is cheating on you if that’s the case. Remember, these networking sites are the new way of breaking your relationship or marriage.Continued on the next page