Deleting Your Social Media Accounts For Relationships

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February 4, 2013 ‐ By madamenoire
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From Single Black Male

Yes.

Last week, a number of people were debating if they would ever delete Twitter for their significant other. Some people, including yours truly, didn’t think it was that big of an issue. Others vowed passionately that they would never delete their Twitter for anyone, for any reason. Their main point of contention was that anyone that would ask you to delete your Twitter/Facebook or any other social media site of choice is insecure, not worthy of companionship, and therefore, their request should not be entertained. Apparently, there is no justifiable reason for an adult to ask another adult to delete his or her Twitter/Facebook. I find this line of thinking interesting for a variety of reasons, but I’ll only cover three today.

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  • TRUTH IS

    FB is the devil’s playground. Nuff illiterates and dunce on that thing. I deactivated long time!!

  • FB

    I have never asked my wife to delete her facebook account, but it did put a strain in our relationship. For example, she got home at 3 and I got home at 6 pm. The meat is still sitting in there for me to clean whole she is on facebook commenting and liking all these folks picture and comment. She could spend weeks without food and only survive on chip and cookies which I can’t do. I have to eat a home cook meal. There are time when I cook and put put the food on the table. She’ll come pick up her plate and go in the office to continue with her facebook. I was doing maintaining the house at all times. I just couldn’t take it anymore. Although we’d had a conversation about it, things were still the same. Then, I pick my things and left. We were back together two months later after her friend told her how much of a fool she was.

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