Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.

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Mar 2, 2016
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I found that it's not easy to have a relationship with somebody who still active on social media, such as facebook, whatsapp, etc.

We don't know with whom our man or woman always keep in touch on facebook messages, whatsapp.. etc

Especially for a marriage life. I think it's dagerous too..

any experienced people who successfully handle this problem.. can you please share in here please..

thanks

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
any respons please.. :)
unlaoised unlaoised

Twilight zone, Wicklow Ireland

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Darkbrownskins: I found that it's not easy to have a relationship with somebody who still active on social media, such as facebook, whatsapp, etc.

We don't know with whom our man or woman always keep in touch on facebook messages, whatsapp.. etc

Especially for a marriage life. I think it's dagerous too..

any experienced people who successfully handle this problem.. can you please share in here please..

thanks


If the relationship is a good one and there is trust between the two parties, social media should not be an issue.
TheRedSquirrel87 TheRedSquirrel87

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England UK

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
It is in a relationship with me. Must she take a photograph of what we had for breakfast this morning and post it on facebook? the answer is not.

And every time she does this a little part of me forgets why I ever liked her and I don't believe it will ever remember.
KNenagh KNenagh

Aachen, Kilkenny Ireland

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
I don't get this. confused

Methinks if someone wants to stray, they will. Social media or not.

Simply find someone with the same values as your own, someone that regards monogamy as an important part of your relationship.

Never had an issue with this and if I thought it could be an issue with someone, I would be so out of there. super
SoulToSoul7

Sofiya, Sofiya Bulgaria

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Hi!wave
I think that if someone is a liar, he is like this not only in social media, etc., he is the same in the real life too. But the most funny thing is that usually this kind of people get what they give :)
TheRedSquirrel87 TheRedSquirrel87

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England UK

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Darkbrownskins: I found that it's not easy to have a relationship with somebody who still active on social media, such as facebook, whatsapp, etc.

We don't know with whom our man or woman always keep in touch on facebook messages, whatsapp.. etc

Especially for a marriage life. I think it's dagerous too..

any experienced people who successfully handle this problem.. can you please share in here please..

thanks


Options = instability. Social media brings options.

More than this, however, social media breeds narcissism. And so thinking too highly of yourself + options = never being happy with what you've got(for very long).

Social media-absorption equals shit wife material. It's true.
TheRedSquirrel87 TheRedSquirrel87

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England UK

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
TheRedSquirrel87: Options = instability. Social media brings options.

More than this, however, social media breeds narcissism. And so thinking too highly of yourself + options = never being happy with what you've got(for very long).

Social media-absorption equals shit wife material. It's true.


There isn't the male equivalent as men really don't spend that much time on facebook. I suppose the closest is a man who's addicted to online pornography. Her social media LOOKATME syndrome equates to his online wanking disease.
TheRedSquirrel87 TheRedSquirrel87

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England UK

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
TheRedSquirrel87: There isn't the male equivalent as men really don't spend that much time on facebook. I suppose the closest is a man who's addicted to online pornography. Her social media LOOKATME syndrome equates to his online wanking disease.


It's all about self-love.

What men normally do online is a literal or figurative wank. Physically pounding his pud or wanking through the written word(as I do)it's all self-indulgence.

What woman commonly do online is set themselves up to be admired. They're self-love is not really about m**turbation or wishing to be seen as a citadel of knowledge, it's about being admired by men online for an ego-boost. It's about flattery. The woman's online self-love lies in the rich supply of unearned praise and compliments she's bound to receive. She is online to flatter herself.
purr4mance purr4mance

Cleveland, Ohio USA

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
KNenagh: I don't get this.

Methinks if someone wants to stray, they will. Social media or not.

Simply find someone with the same values as your own, someone that regards monogamy as an important part of your relationship.

Never had an issue with this and if I thought it could be an issue with someone, I would be so out of there.



social media makes it "easier" for straying and having an emotional affair.
123whisper 123whisper

Melbourne, Victoria Australia

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Darkbrownskins: I found that it's not easy to have a relationship with somebody who still active on social media, such as facebook, whatsapp, etc.

We don't know with whom our man or woman always keep in touch on facebook messages, whatsapp.. etc

Especially for a marriage life. I think it's dagerous too..

any experienced people who successfully handle this problem.. can you please share in here please..

thanks
If you just dating someone,you have no control of what's going on and only affections your giving each day to each other can speak for itself but if people living together,it would be more than annoying to see partner giving more time to media or whatsapp than spending quality time with you.It's not media in question,it's partner mentality of addiction to media.It be best to communicate openly with person in questionwine
KNenagh KNenagh

Aachen, Kilkenny Ireland

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
purr4mance: social media makes it "easier" for straying and having an emotional affair.


Easier or not, straying is straying - there are people who are monogamous and not interested in straying of any kind, and that's the type of person I would want to be with.

I think it's easy enough (in most cases) to figure out who has rowing eyes or is into sleeping around.
ali110 ali110

karachi, Sindh Pakistan

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Darkbrownskins: I found that it's not easy to have a relationship with somebody who still active on social media, such as facebook, whatsapp, etc.

We don't know with whom our man or woman always keep in touch on facebook messages, whatsapp.. etc

Especially for a marriage life. I think it's dagerous too..

any experienced people who successfully handle this problem.. can you please share in here please..

thanks
I don't think so , we can find love on social media ,it isn't harmful for relationship
TheRedSquirrel87 TheRedSquirrel87

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England UK

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
TheRedSquirrel87: It's all about self-love.

What men normally do online is a literal or figurative wank. Physically pounding his pud or wanking through the written word(as I do)it's all self-indulgence.

What woman commonly do online is set themselves up to be admired. They're self-love is not really about m**turbation or wishing to be seen as a citadel of knowledge, it's about being admired by men online for an ego-boost. It's about flattery. The woman's online self-love lies in the rich supply of unearned praise and compliments she's bound to receive. She is online to flatter herself.


Exceptions exist. Men being transparent at the best of times means that the ordinary woman, being only partially corrupt and consumed by vanity, will most times see through his flattery.

On a good day I would say that normally a woman does not turn into a bighead because of all the desperate men telling her(and every other woman)how amazing she is.

Although it's not without any effect. Social media shifts every woman to narcissism because no matter how much of an objective winner she is she wants to believe in her own hype. Her vanity makes her gullible.

And this is key. Most loser leans towards gullibility, false hope and unwarranted positivity out of desperation where women can be winners and yet remain extremely gullible. it matters not how accomplished or attractive she is as her vanity will always provide a way for a man(or the group at large)to control and influence her.

Even when she's a success her vanity makes her a dependent in the most fundamental way: impressionable.
123whisper 123whisper

Melbourne, Victoria Australia

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Darkbrownskins: I found that it's not easy to have a relationship with somebody who still active on social media, such as facebook, whatsapp, etc.

We don't know with whom our man or woman always keep in touch on facebook messages, whatsapp.. etc

Especially for a marriage life. I think it's dagerous too..

any experienced people who successfully handle this problem.. can you please share in here please..

thanks
By the way,this addiction to media includes both gender,not just women ! I know men that couldn't last long with any dating because he took more priority to be 'popular' on CS forums,and eventually he was kicked out of CS to come back again under false ID and I bat he still doesn't have no women.laugh
SoulToSoul7

Sofiya, Sofiya Bulgaria

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
123whisper: By the way,this addiction to media includes both gender,not just women ! I know men that couldn't last long with any dating because he took more priority to be 'popular' on CS forums,and eventually he was kicked out of CS to come back again under false ID and I bat he still doesn't have no women.


laugh I totally agree about that, already met a few of this kind, acting like Casanova all the time, one of them even was at the age of my parentsdoh online all day and night long, sending me messages from a few fake profiles, made only to chase much younger girls, just to feed his ego, but actually i'm absolutely sure that in his real life he can't even speak to girls 25-35 years younger than him. This kind of men usually post pictures 15-20 years ago and hide their real age, but lies have no future ! And when they can't find a woman for a real date, then start to ask "at least" :-) for virtual sex, and then... they usually end up in a woman's blocked list laugh
Conrad73 Conrad73

Lonesome Town Zurich, Zrich Switzerland

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
I blame Zuckerberg!
People never used to stray before FaceBook!rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing devil
Jamie_

Morehead, Kentucky USA

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Dangerous? Not really, people have been cheating since before all these social media sites existed, and they will continue to do so.

If you can't trust your partner, maybe its time to end things and move on.
Hoplite Hoplite

Lyon, Rhone-Alpes France

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
Well social media only ease to make people closer. It is not dangerous in itself no. It's on the person use of it. Your question look a bit insecure so may I tell you it's not necessary to use FB or snapchat to cheat on someone. If a man or a woman wants to cheat they will just end by doing it. The human free will, nothing can go against it.
123whisper 123whisper

Melbourne, Victoria Australia

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
SoulToSoul7: I totally agree about that, already met a few of this kind, acting like Casanova all the time, one of them even was at the age of my parents online all day and night long, sending me messages from a few fake profiles, made only to chase much younger girls, just to feed his ego, but actually i'm absolutely sure that in his real life he can't even speak to girls 25-35 years younger than him. This kind of men usually post pictures 15-20 years ago and hide their real age, but lies have no future ! And when they can't find a woman for a real date, then start to ask "at least" :-) for virtual sex, and then... they usually end up in a woman's blocked list
thumbs up Most likely it's possible impotency, small private part or fatness that make this men deeply insecure to doubt himself and behave as big tough macho type on dating site,although it's probably plenty of potent men that has problem with perceptions of himself and others.
123whisper 123whisper

Melbourne, Victoria Australia

Re: Social Media are dangerous for a relationship or marriage life.
SoulToSoul7: I totally agree about that, already met a few of this kind, acting like Casanova all the time, one of them even was at the age of my parents online all day and night long, sending me messages from a few fake profiles, made only to chase much younger girls, just to feed his ego, but actually i'm absolutely sure that in his real life he can't even speak to girls 25-35 years younger than him. This kind of men usually post pictures 15-20 years ago and hide their real age, but lies have no future ! And when they can't find a woman for a real date, then start to ask "at least" :-) for virtual sex, and then... they usually end up in a woman's blocked list
thumbs up Most likely it's possible impotency, small private part or fatness that make this men deeply insecure to doubt himself and behave as big tough macho type on dating site,although it's probably plenty of potent men that has problem with perceptions of himself and others.
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