Relationships and dating on facebook
*Rachel from Central PA shared an innocent exchange she'd had with a colleague.
"My husband was infuriated—and he's not even the jealous type!
The service was first announced at the annual F8 conference in May this year, and will likely be available in other locations in the future.
And while Dating works only on mobile right now, it doesn’t require downloading an additional application to your phone.He decided that the guy was pursuing me," she says. If you notice your husband in the arms of another woman in a photo, it's natural to draw a conclusion, admits Spira.Rachel realized from that incident that no one but the sender truly understands messages' context and that words easily can be misconstrued. But giving the benefit of the doubt is important in a trusting relationship.The birthday boy's mom made a passive aggressive remark on Facebook about people not arriving on time, and Barbara apologized for her husband who slipped up on "daddy duty." "*Steve didn't like that he was made to look irresponsible when he was late because the place was hard to find," she explains. Your page may be your own, but you have to respect your mate, says Dr. "Be aware of one another's sensitivities," she advises. But never let anything substitute a real connection in your relationship," says Orlando."Now I only post positive stuff about my husband," she says. For instance, maybe you're not thrilled that your husband is posting vacation photos of you in your bikini. Support each other online, but don't let it replace how you communicate. On a related note, it's easy to get swept up in your logged-on life that you prioritize it over your marriage, says Orlando. "You can't hear the sound of someone's voice when reading a Facebook post," reminds Spira.