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14 Reasons Why Social Media Is Not Important For Happy Couples 

We are living in a time where a huge number of likes on posts gives us more happiness than being with a person who loves us. We also evaluate how a person is based on their popularity and the number of photographs uploaded. Making your life a complete show-off and gathering contentment from the reactions of other people is not what actual happiness in life is. And there are people who are happy in their own world and tend to stay away from uploading every information of their lives. So, here are a few fascinating reasons about the happy couples revealing why don't they post everything they do. These facts are so simple and common, but it's just that you have to know where your genuine gaiety lies in.

#1 They're so into each other.

That they do not think of anything else.

#2 They live in the here and now.

Nothing is more important to them than their partner.

#3  Social post doesn't make sense to them.

They consider it a waste of time in proving facts to the world by writing posts online.

#4 They're already so much happy with their lives.

That they do not get distracted by the social media feeds.

#5 They share things get worse by showcasing personal problems in public.

Live telecasting of your personal problems on social media can make things worse allowing other people to laugh about it.

#6 Happy couples also share that in order to create moments to share on social media you will fail to make memories.

Sometimes social media snatches 'WE' time.

#7 Happy couples don't have to prove anything to anyone.

Their love is enough to make them feel complete.

#8 They don't tend to show off how much their partner loves them.

They know it well and don't want anyone else to know.

#9 Couples who are happy together don't care about their status.

They do not care whether their profile says 'single' or 'in a relationship'.

#10 They do not yearn for public approval to feel happy.

Because no XYZeee can bring happiness in a relationship other than they themselves.

#11 They don't share intimate moments to make anyone jealous or inferior.

It's only for making themselves comfortable.

#12 They don't expect their spouse to write posts of appreciation on Facebook for them.

Because they very well know how much proud their partners feel to have them.

#13 They know that an 'I love you' plastered on social media is not better than saying it directly.

Because constant murmuring of three letters is not a happy couple's thing.