Not for prying eyes. Six things not to post about my personal life in social networks

Techno 26 March, 2018

2017-02-03 19:52

Not for prying eyes. Six things not to post about my personal life in social networks
Personal life should not be in front of everyone.

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American psychologists told us what moments from his personal life on social networks to share costs, reports Rus.Media.

In the last few years on the pages in social networks people post almost all of important and not so important information about your life. However, sometimes transparent communication about personal details could undermine the authority of the owner of the account, and to spoil relations with loved one, friends or colleagues.

What things about your personal life it is better not to publish:

1. The intimate details. You can be delighted from their sexual life, manifestations of your proximity involuntarily can hear the neighbors below. But it is not necessary to fill in the intimate details of all your friends on Facebook. First, it might embarrass your partner and compromising the trust between you. Secondly, it may adversely affect future sex, add anxiety and is not allowed to fully relax. Intimate things should only be discussed with a partner, says psychologist Anjula Mya Singh bais city.

2. Quarrels, conflicts and resentments. Publishing anything about quarrels, separation, divorce and other problems in the relationship – bad idea, says Anjula Mya Singh bais city. After this post your friends in social networks will inevitably develop a poor opinion about your partner and your relationship. And if you have a partner everything will work out, and you’ve forgotten about conflict, family and friends will remember and doubt in the happy future of your couple.

3. Family debate. To prove their point of view on any issue, not necessarily to create polls in social networks and attract other people to settle differences between you and your partner. Even if it’s a minor problem, for example, is to make the bed every day or what percentage of wages to set aside for savings.

“When you want to confirm his innocence, seeking support from friends in social networks, you are demonstrating a lack of confidence to the second mate and a disgrace to the loved one,” explains family therapist Jared heathman.

4. Passive-aggressive statuses. Passive-aggressive behavior does not provide overt displeasure obvious anger. This behavior is characterized by veiled resentment. For example, the aggrieved person may post this status: “I can’t believe I have to put up with this!”. Even without specifying to whom the message is addressed to, friends can guess what this stone in the garden partner.

A relationship expert and psychotherapist Dion Metzger said that such publications cause people to have doubts about the strength of your relationship. In addition, the partner may feel guilty about what not to do.

5. Any details in the first month of the relationship. Even if you really want to show off the new relationship, don’t do that, at least in the first month, advises Dion Metzger. Even if a person is very cute, until you know it enough, you can’t be confident in it 100%. To rid yourself of unnecessary questions from people around in case of a quarrel or breakup, do not rush to tell everyone about the new Beau.

6. Fragments of personal life.

Imagine that you are sitting at work and your partner has sent you is very witty and funny message. You want the world to know how smart and observant your loved one. But don’t rush it.

Clinical psychologist Jennifer Gutman says that the publication without warning of a partner can undermine confidence and even make you worry about what personal details you share. In healthy and happy relationships, that is published in the social networks should be discussed. Before sharing personal correspondence, just ask your partner if he.