10 Important Facebook Tips For Couples
Social networking has replaced food, water and air as the vital ingredient to stay alive. While you can post away to your heart’s content without worrying about the world when you are single, being in a relationship entails certain changes to your online behavior, just like it does in all other aspects of your life. So if you are a happy couple and want to remain that way, do go through the following Facebook tips for couples.
1. Don’t be too confidential
Being in a relationship requires you to trust your partner. Being too confidential about anything, last of all your Facebook account, indicates something is not quite right about you two. So don’t hide certain posts from your partner or change them to acquaintances from friends. And if you are married, there is nothing wrong in sharing your password with each other as long as you show sufficient discretion while using it.
2. Don’t use an alternate id
There are some people who have a sweet clean account where their partner is in their friend list and another alternate account which they use for some not-so-good reasons. Avoid being one these people. Don’t remain under the false impression that your lover is never going to find out.
3. Don’t hide your relationship status
While few people may go to the extreme of using an alternate account, there are many who keep their relationship status visible only to themselves even when they have been in a relationship for a zillion years. Now, if you are dating someone or married, why the hell would you hide it from the world? Flaunt your relationship status proudly.
4. Include pics of you as a couple
While it is not recommended to fill up your account with only pics of your partner, you must however have some pics of you lovebirds together. Ya right, those cheesy ones with your heads knocked together.
5. Steer clear of exes
Avoid your exes like cancer. Don’t remain under the false impression that “I am best of friends with my ex.” Okay, grow up. You don’t sleep with your friends, remember?