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13 Disturbing Ways In Which Social Media Activity Is Ruining Our Relations

People have changed and so have their emotions. Modernization has led to the difference in relationships involving people as well. People no longer see relationships as an emotional commitment or a way to be connected to another person. 

Relationships have become less meaningful and more relating to personal motives and greed. Most people are in relationships because of a status symbol or because of another intention. That's the effect of modernization. 

Let's check out the wrong in today's relationships. 

13 Disturbing Ways In Which Social Media Activity Is Ruining Our Relations

13 Disturbing Ways In Which Social Media Activity Is Ruining Our Relations

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1. The problem with loyalty.

1. The problem with loyalty.

Relationships have really started to decline when you know an animal could be better suited for you as compared to a partner.

2. The problem with status updates on Facebook.

2. The problem with status updates on Facebook.

The relationship seriously has some problem when it lacks in intimacy, but at the same time, every update is made on social media sites.

3. The problem with social media rules.

3. The problem with social media rules.

With the entry of websites like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, interacting online has become a boon as well as a curse.

4. The problem with spending in a relationship.

4. The problem with spending in a relationship.

A relationship that runs just on the basis of buying materialistic pleasures for one another without any emotional involvement is not really a relationship.

5. The problem with changing the person you love.

5. The problem with changing the person you love.

A little change and adjustment are just fine. But don't change or try to change somebody to an extent that they lose their real personality.

6. The problem with giving 'space.'

6. The problem with giving 'space.'

Although, you are entitled to some space in a relationship but that doesn't mean you should hide important pieces of information from your partner. A relationship should be dependent upon honesty and loyalty.

7. The problem with technology.

7. The problem with technology.

Technology like cellphones and laptops were invented to make work easier for humans but soon, we started replacing real relationships with these technological gadgets.

8. The problem with updating everything and forgetting to live in the moment.

8. The problem with updating everything and forgetting to live in the moment.

Instead of living and enjoying the moment we're in, we tend to rely on technology to capture everything around us and announce our recent updates to everyone.

9. The problem with 'making it official.'

9. The problem with 'making it official.'

People in relationships feel more secure with status update confirmations rather than discussing their feelings in private. So a status update is a better confirmation of love than actually saying 'I love you.'

10. The problem with cellphones taking over our lives.

10. The problem with cellphones taking over our lives.

We are so busy checking our cellphones, tablets, and laptops, that we don't care about our company. Rather, the person on text gets more attention and the person sitting in front of us, doesn't.

11. The problem with making everything available on social media.

11. The problem with making everything available on social media.

In today's lives, we like to post everything up on social media. Our dog pictures, new car pictures, things we eat and even when we go to poop. Lives aren't private anymore.

12. The problem with involving a lot of people.

12. The problem with involving a lot of people.

Relationships are no longer private because people can't keep feelings to themselves. Rather than discussing problems with their partner, they rely on other people who in turn, try to mess up the relationship.

13. The problem with cliches

13. The problem with cliches

People have a set of 'types' they want in a relationship and without even looking at the personality, everything is judged on the basis of looks, income or status of the person.

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