If our attention is on an invisible audience rather than the present moment, we are disconnected. Our cell phones are beginning to control our mood and attention in ways we may not even realize, the youth is literally glued to their smartphones or more precisely the social media platforms these phone contains.
The moment anything exciting happens in our life, the first thing we do is to post it on social media. There is nothing wrong in sharing your happiness but first, live in that moment, let the happiness sink in you.
But none the less, there are still some sensible individuals who know how to Really have fun.
In the presence of genuine joy, comfort, and elation- a happy couple tends to forget to take clicks. When you live in the moment and spend a quality time with your partner, clicking photos should be the last thing to cross your mind.
Posting thousands of photographs with your partner will only bring fame, not fortune. That's the reason why a mature couple don't share their intimate details with the rest of the world.
Happiness is being with your other half rather than posting pictures with them. There is absolutely no need to write every little thing you do together.
The joy is in togetherness, not in updating pictures about it.
Show your love to each other rather than to the world. The number of likes or comments won't decide whether you are happy or not. Let your conscious take that decision.
There is a difference between private and public life, maintain that difference.
Fighting or having arguments in a relationship is very normal. They make the relationship stronger and create an understanding between two.
No matter how angry you are, telling the whole world will definitely do nothing for your relationship. It's only going to make things worse.
A mature and a happy couple has nothing to prove. They know each other inside out and are constantly trying to take the relationship to the next level. On the other hand, usually, couples who posts too much about their relationship have a point to prove. It may be to their family, their friends or their ex's.
Depression is linked to social media obsession because of social comparison theory. A study shows that individuals who constantly use socail media platforms may get depressed because they compare their day to day life with the highlights of other person's life.
When you are in a happy relationship., you feel the need to share this happiness with your family and friends, which is absolutely fine. But when you feel the need to share it with the world to gain happiness, thats here you should take a step back.