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14 Things About Your Couple Not To Share On Facebook!

14 Things About Your Couple Not To Share On Facebook!

It is important to be clear with your partner about things you can share on social networks and those that should remain private. So before clicking on the "publish" button, always ask your partner if he is comfortable with the idea of communicating about your couple's affairs. So here are 14 things you should never make public.

Things About Your Couple Not To Share On Facebook

1. What happens in the bedroom
You absolutely do not need to share such intimate details on social networks. And even if you have a remote relationship with your partner, you can send messages in a private setting. Doing such a thing is immature and jeopardizes trust in your relationship.

2. Personal details
There are some very personal things that are part of your partner's life that he would not like at all that you post on social media. We all have details of privacy that we want to keep secret away from the indiscretion of others.

3. Keep your little words sweet for you
You must probably give funny names or use a language of your own to express your love. These are not at all things to publish on the internet, because what makes their charm is the fact that they are unique and exclusive to your couple, sharing them is therefore to make them lose their value.

4. Unapproved photos from your partner
If you take a picture of your partner sleeping with your mouth open for example, it may seem cute. But for your partner, it may represent an image he does not like to give to others. Ask for his approval before sharing a photo of him.

5. Couple problems
What's going on between you and your partner needs to stay within your relationship, and if you need advice, you may want to talk to professionals. Do not share your conflicts because you may also regret bitterly once the dispute is over.

6. Make selfies by kissing
Nobody really wants to watch selfies of people kissing each other. It is very bad taste to capture intimate moments and track them on social networks. Not to mention the fact that singles on your list of friends will see it with a bad eye.

7. Stupid jokes
Only you know the understanding that your partner has of the different types of jokes as well as the kind of humor that you both love. So making jokes to your partner on social networks can not only be embarrassing but it can be misinterpreted as the context is not right.

8. Precious gifts
Many people share photos of gifts they have received from their half. This is again a behavior that lacks tact. Sharing such photos can really make other couples feel uncomfortable who can not afford such things.

9. Passive-aggressive speech
People often tend to post messages implicitly intended for their partner. Doing such a thing will reveal to everyone what's going on in your relationship. Talk to your partner instead and do not use unsolicited advice from people who do not know anything about your relationship.

10. Outside validation
The number of likes and shares is not a measure of the success of your relationship. Do not seek the validation of the outside world. Do not fall into this trap.

11. Negativity about in-laws
Avoid posting anything negative about your in-laws. They are, after all, your partner's family. This will not only hurt your partner but will also create embarrassing moments at family gatherings.

12. Ultrasound
Another mistake is to share photos of the fetus or any ultrasound scan. Moreover, the words are amply enough to make an announcement without attaching any ultrasound picture.

13. Breakup details
If you want to express your anger or sadness about your breakup, do it with people close to you. Putting it on social media will only put your self-esteem at risk and push your mutual friends to take sides, which is not at all a good idea.

14. Do not post anything.
No one is interested in seeing everything you do from the moment you open your eyes to where you go to sleep. Everyone has their own life. So book it for special occasions and make sure your publications are reasonable.