sophiamor
2 years ago1,000+ Views

I don't like sharing any relationship that isn't me and my dog on social media.

It actually took me a long time to get comfortable sharing things here on Vingle about my boyfriend, and I still don't reveal his name or face.

In this short Buzzfeed clip, they discuss the topic of "official" relationships.

They talk about something interesting:

Cherish vs Broadcasting

Do you think that making your relationship a big part of your social media life actually taints it or makes it less special? Would you rather have the relationship be just between the two people involved?

What's the purpose behind sharing your relationship so openly on social media?

And of course this card wouldn't be complete without this music video...

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my boyfriend had his Facebook status as single a good two years into our relationship and it really bothered me. To me, he was broadcasting that he was available and that made me feel insecure. I don't discuss the fine details of our relationship on social media, but I make it clear I am not open to persual or flirtations.
I guess people like the idea of sharing who they're with or married to through social media, and like to kinda "brag" 馃槀馃槀. I just happen to be one of those people that doesn't really care. Like, my friends kinda tease me and call me the "grandma" in our group, because I seem to be the only one that doesn't see the point of sharing every single thing that you do and take selfies of yourself and post it on twitter, fb, and/or instagram 馃槀馃槀
I think hiding anything is not necessary... I am an open book.... People can read it see it and whatever i don't care... as long as i keep my loved ones closer because they are the ones that matter... So if m single i will scream that i am single and having a blast at it... And if i am not interested in someone then its simply... Not interested...!! ;)
Yeah, this makes sense.
I'm a private person, so I don't really do that.
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