Social Networking – the low down Although it’s become a massive part of most of our social and dating lives, many folks don’t quite understand what is meant when we talk about social networks.
Think Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, Google , Instagram, Pinterest.
Ek is huislik, hou van musiek, buitelewe, en goeie geselskap, hou nie van 'n ingewikkelde of dominante tipe... I having nothing but praise for the facility to meet people, something which some of us don't have time for in real life.
53 - Atlantic Seaboard, Cape Town Just arrived back in town, would love to meet like minded women...
That can be creepy at best, and life threatening – if your screening pre-relationship didn’t pick up their sociopathic tendencies – at worst.
This can be done in the privacy settings of most social networks. The only person that is affected by you sitting in the dark, scrolling through the Instagram feed or Facebook timeline of an ex is, well, you. Be the first to change the relationship status, and unfriend, unfollow or block if it’s become necessary.
Don’t believe everything you read, see, or like online.
The passive aggressive ‘love-lost’ motivational posts can be annoying, but there is a darker side, too.
Obsession can be a slow creeping, dangerous reality if the coupling doesn’t turn out as planned.