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7 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Bring Your Relationship Drama To Social Media | KOKO Brides
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    7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Bring Your Relationship Drama To Social Media

    At the present time, social media plays a heavy role in defining and determining how a relationship will go, and more often than not people rely on the perception of the media to decide what their relationship becomes. It is not surprising that when a relationship goes south the relationship drama is brought to the internet with partners throwing nasty shots at each other in a bid to score the highest points.

    Relationship Drama To Social MediaMany couples choose to share every single detail and incident that happened in the course of the relationship giving the public a good view to judge and criticize whatever they shared while it was on. Every week we get to read and air opinions about different relationships brought to the public via social media and we should often wonder why many of them bring it to the public.

    Does social media help or destroy the relationship especially after it has been brought forward for public scrutiny? Here are 10 reasons why you shouldn’t bring your relationship drama to social media
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    1. It gives the public access to what should be private
      Your relationship no matter how public it is has certain things that are out of bounds but the moment you bring the drama to social media everything is out there, your issues become a hot mess and everyone drops an opinion or two about whatever issues you had while you both were dating.
    2. Reconciliation becomes impossible
      Kiss reconciling or making up goodbye the moment your relationship is brought to the public. Too much is exposed making it difficult for partners to make up and put their issues behind them for the bigger picture.
    3. It brings Your ex’s back to your relationship
      Once your relationship drama is made public and everyone discovers how much damage has been done your ex’s find the perfect opportunity to return especially ex’s who were lurking around and always wanted to return.
    4. It destroys your career and brand
      For public figures and notable members of society bringing your relationship drama to the internet can best be considered as career suicide. This incident could make or mar your career and forever becomes one of the many things your name and brand become attached to.
    5. It destroys your dating opportunity
      After bringing your relationship drama to the internet getting back to the dating pool may be incredibly difficult as many already have a certain opinion about you. Getting back to the dating game then becomes impossible as many avoid you or have nothing to do with you.
    6. Create an unnecessary and unhealthy competition in your head
      Bringing your drama to the internet is a free invitation to creating unhealthy competition in your head. The many opinions people create and have of you births unhealthy competition and you start to believe the many stories and tales they share.
    7. It is disrespectful
      It is extremely disrespectful to post your relationship drama on social media just like airing your family problems on the internet. It is like opening the door of your home to strangers asking them to become kings in it.

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