We all have this friend who would share any fragment and piece about their relationship to Facebook. Social networks have become the ultimate judge of how happy someone is in his life and personal relationships.
In fact, the researchers have found that really happy couples publish less in social networks about their relationship because they do not seek the approval of others, and instead of losing time writing long publications, they prefer to spend time with each other. I’ve discovered some fascinating reasons why happy couples publish less on social networks:
Why Happy Couples Post Less About Their Relationship on Social Media!
- They do not need the approval of others.
Happy couples do not find the need to pose happily on social networks by sharing their date and departure photos. They do not find the need for other people to perceive that they are in a happy relationship.
- When you’re happy, you’ll have less time to click on pictures.
At that moment, when you are with your partner and have the most fun, you are naturally and genuinely enjoying that moment of happiness and joy. At this stage, you do not have time to distract yourself with instant shots and post or review social networks.
- They know that it does not make sense to share fights in social networks.
Happy couples are much more mature in their way of handling arguments and tiffs, they know that posting fights online will not help solve any problems; it will create more problems when others start to become interested, after all, they all like talk without gossip and banquet.
- There is no need to seek validation from others.
The greatest strength of happy couples is that they do not seek approval from others, couples who are really happy with each other. That means you do not need to upgrade to others to get the sense of acceptance, you are happy in your relationship.
- You do not need to prove anything to others.
Couples who enjoy each other’s company and appreciate the time they spend together do not find the need to prove to others that they are really happy. Therefore, there is no need to publish “bits and pieces of evidence”.
It really does not really matter what the whole research says. It matters what you think and feel. However, the comments and conclusions of the professionals can be something to at least take a look. And if you feel it, a partner or friend has a “social networking” problem, you may want to watch it closely.