In favor or oppossing? When you know the number of divorces that are linked to Facebook, you may change your mind.
A survey conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers yielded alarming results about the impact of the most used social network in the world, attributing part of the cause of 66 percent of divorces in the United States; and apparently your profile photo plays a fundamental role in the future of a couple and their happiness.
The same survey found that 80 percent of divorce attorneys saw a large increase in the number of couples using what happened on social media as evidence to argue for separation.
What’s happening on Facebook?
Facebook is a social phenomenon and with millions of users around the world, encountering the past is very common. Who has not happened to him that while browsing the page he meets that first “love” from high school and discovers that he is apparently “emotionally available.”
It is not difficult to think that it is not bad to send him a friendship invitation, even if one is married, after all it has been years since that time when seeing him was the most exciting of the school day.
«Nothing will happen»
It is very easy to convince yourself that everything is going to be okay and that everything is under control, until it stops.
How to avoid it?
Experts and through the results of several surveys advise to place photos of the couple on the page and even more effective can be to use the photo of the couple as a profile photo on Facebook. This way anyone who finds you, whether from the past or new, can see that you are in a relationship and that you have no intention of hiding it.
A study conducted by UCSF and published in 2013 reported that people who post photos of their spouses on social media are happier about their relationship and more secure. In the same way, posting photos with your partner even if you are going through a bad time will give you more security and a feeling of greater well-being.
Although strategies can be taken to avoid relationship problems when interacting on social media, a new study conducted by the University of Missouri-Columbia found that romantically involved people who participate excessively on Facebook are more likely to have problems in their relationship. .
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