Our online selves are not our true selves. Let's be honest. We often like to portray ourselves to the internet as someone totally different than our real selves. Maybe that person is super cool, or interesting or mysterious.
Or maybe that person likes to only share a few things, versus someone who shares a lot.
Q: My boyfriend and I have been dating for 8 months now, and I really love him. He recently got an Instagram, and has been posting a few photos here and there. The only issue is that most of them are pictures with his female coworkers (they are all friends) and selfies. He also keeps his Facebook Relationship status invisible. I openly changed my FB status to in a relationship, and often post pictures of the two of us (on instagram and FB). Is it too much that I want him to post a picture of us? And I want him to have us be Facebook Offical (FBO)? I've already mentioned to him that it makes me feel uncomfortable that he's not open about us online, but he insists that it's not because he doesn't love me, but just because social media doesn't matter to him. Am I overanalyzing this or does it seem like he is hiding something?
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