This is why real life interactions are more preferred and almost usually last longer.
Isn’t it a wonder that more relationships suffer despite the hype and rage of social media?
Isn’t it ironic that though social media, Facebook in particular, is supposed to make communication easier and fun for us; yet studies have shown that Facebook actually makes us lonelier than ever.
These are just some of the ways on how friendships disintegrate in the altar of technology boom and social media.
- Relationships begin to fall apart with assumptions.
You assume that because they’re not liking or commenting on your social media posts, they’re either not interested in you or have unfollowed you, or both.
Just because they’re not liking or commenting on your posts doesn’t mean they’re not seeing it on their social media feed.
It could be any of the following reasons:
- They didn’t see your post because they’re getting too many interesting or junk stuff from other people.
- They did see…
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