Social media is newest and best way to communicate with your friends and family across the globe, it can be very exciting to catch up with old friends and also creates temptation and negativity for relationships.
It is very easy now to meet you Soulmate or Twinflame online. Many people Google or search Facebook to learn about their relationship, that’s the cool thing about the internet you don’t have to hire a private detective to find out about anyone since it’s all posted on social media publicly, though it can be a good thing, it can also create negative energy.
Good relationships are based on love and trust, this is the way it was suppose to be but with the changes on the way people communicate in the world, now has people tempted to keep tabs on their boyfriend/Girlfriend, their ex, and even their partner’s ex’s through a social networking sites.
Everyone now a days is all over in on social media – From Twitter, Facebook, Intstagram, Tumbler, Whats app, Skype, Google hangouts, Path, YouTube and many others. It can be fun socializing and meeting friends, it’s a new world and life is a new virtual world, people start to take Facebook as a the new reality of life, it then becomes to be taken to serious and then when it comes to your relationship, you can spend hours on Facebook , searching, looking through the linked profiles from friends of friends and pics just to see what they are up to.
Yes you can find out many things through social media, who’s posts did they like, comment, who did they become friends with, who liked their pics and posts, why is someone liking every post? I mean the list goes on and on but it that doesn’t mean they are cheating or interested in someone else, it can drive you crazy, the universe will reveal to you the truth in time if it is so.
Many years ago we didn’t have all the modern gadgets (smart phones, smart TVs, Smart watches, Tablets and etc.) with social media apps pre loaded ready to sign in and get online. These times may of seemed a little boring but it was the time when people communicated either face to face or picked up the phone. Look around restaurants, gyms and everywhere you go, people are staring at their smart phone.
Are you letting social media change your relationship and how you feel about your Soulmate? Here are a few tips on not allowing social media sites (Like Facebook) influence your feelings for your boyfriend or girlfriend and become a real couple not a Facebook status relationship.
Don’t ever let social media substitute heart to heart communication.
Many people use social media as for the main source of communication, it’s good for light chatting during the day or at work but when it comes to talking to your boyfriend or girlfriend, a good talk over the phone or even better video chat (Skype, face time, tango and etc.) is available and it’s free.
The best way to have a direct conversation with your soulmate, is one on one communication, it deepens your relationship, I did video chat on net meeting for 8 months before meeting my husband 14 years ago (I will explain my situation another time).
Always Re-think what you are about to post.
Everything that you post, add photos or comment about your profile or others is like announcing it to the world on a out loud on a loud speaker. When ever it comes to posting something that you noticed your partner liking someone’s pics, comments on a post, my turn around and impulsively post their feelings. If you’re not sure what you feel at that moment, it could be a sense of jealousy or anger, think about it carefully – should you be posting your emotions because you assumed something that could of been nothing? Maybe not.
I know it sounds confusing (I talk about social media with clients everyday about this everyday), Think about it first and what you would say to that person face to face in front of your Soulmate. Most likely you are not going to post it, later it will be forgotten.
Think about how your behavior is effecting your relationship.
You may spend a lot of time on social media but if you are tracking your partner’s activity on face book, this is not helping you work on getting closer or you you are having issues, ask yourself – Is this really helping you work on your relationship? Are you going to change the situation? It’s only inviting negativity.
Talk about Social media.
If you are in a committed relationship, the best thing to do is talk about what bothers you and if social media is good for your relationship. Also what bothers you the most – are exes ok to communicate with? Should you delete your previous relationship pics and tags removed?
Talking about what you want and don’t social media to be displayed about your relationship, preventing any misunderstandings, negativity and conflicts. For example, Your relationship status (are you single? in a relationship or is it complicated on Facebook? come to an agreement.
Social Media – Private Investigator
The best of love and Soulmate relationships can actually go through the Facebook stalking phase (I know sounds extreme).
You get curious and want to check up on your spouse, partner or Soulmate, most of the time there’s nothing to be concerned about, and sometimes there is, this is why I strongly suggest avoiding becoming the social media private investigator and trust your partner’s love.
When relationships set the rules about communication on social media limits, they have a deeper understanding about the pages to post, adding friends and what they could display about their current relationship.
Most people rather keep it quiet and don’t want the whole world knowing their every move, so it’s best to be open about this subject and work on your relationship together.
Don’t spend to much time online.
Your Facebook activity shouldn’t be a priority over spending quality time with your Family, Soulmate and friends, I know social media can be addicting and tweeting with your BFF may interfere with your relationship’s future, but try to put a limit on social media.
Social media is a social circle and it is meant to communicate and reach out with friends and family, it was not mean to use it to check on you mate’s activity..
For many couples social media is part of their lives and their relationships. Being honest and upfront about communicating directly and creating rules you both agree on can go a long way in preventing conflict and even deepening your relationship.
Word of advice, on social media many people like to post pics of the places they are at and post statuses how busy their life is, when in fact they never left house. You can create the ultimate lifestyle for others to see and envoy with sharing and posting on social media.
The goal with social media is not to be take all so serious.
Please read my previous blog posts about Soulmates and Twinflames
Do you have a question about your Soulmate ?