People in relationships can become addicted to Facebook and debates can turn into sending links of videos of unknown length to support debates. The other partner can suffer and when trying to explain, the Facebook addict just doesn't get it. My relationship is 24 years long and Facebook won't destroy it. However it does hurt the relationship some.
Facebook has done much good in bringing people together, but so much worse in tearing them apart. Relationships are being hurt because of the ability to say what you want without any consequences on Facebook. People feel no remorse because they don't have to see the raw emotion expressed on a face when breaking up or not talking to someone anymore. Facebook is changing the social scene, but not always for the better.
I believe Facebook is actually hurting relationships, rather than helping them for many reasons. First of all, if you have your GPS enabled, it can show you current location. All your significant other would have to do is look at this application on Facebook, and they would know what you are up to. This is why you should not rely on Facebook, and not put stuff up on it if you do not want the whole world to see it.
I've noticed a lot of jealousy in relationships, since Facebook has evolved. Most of it, in my opinion, is childish and basically high school nonsense. When grown adults use Facebook, it seems like they are turning back the clock and their spouses revert back to high school jealousies. I find it humorous and childish at the same time.
Facebook use causes family arguments and others may post private pics. There's always suspicion of who your friends with and why. Inlaws post pics you don't want everyone to see or they make stupid comments. People are murdered out of jealousy. Marriages have been destroyed. Privacy is lost because others will post our info. It can be fun and useful but I've considered deleting my account for a while now. I also don't like how it suggests people we might know but don't want to know ever. Do mutual friends all need to connect? It gets to be invasive.
Those addicted to sympathy and attention use it to feed their habit. They will even lie to get their "high", not caring who they hurt. When they get those "likes" from virtual strangers, they want more, more and more. The posts always eventually get back to the person lied about. The lies destroy relationships. It's hard to recover from. People need to remember that those "likes" they give might be enabling an off-balanced person. If you don't know the person being criticized by this Attention or Sympathy Addict... stay out of it! Same goes for the Drama Queens who live for their varied "illnesses" and trauma. Tread lightly unless you know the person in real life. If you do.... call them or write them personally!
My boyfriend logs in every morning and throughout the day. He feels a need/curiosity to see what people are posting even though he contends that he only uses the app. to communicate with his family in another country. I told him it was going to come down to facebook or me. He feels I am being unreasonable. I have asked him to limit his use and only check his facebook account a few times a week. He now sneaks around to check facebook. At his age (45) I feel he is addicted and allowing a social website to come between us when he knows how much his use bothers me.
People get cyberbullied even by some of their best friends. Plus with romantic relationships it causes even more jealousy than before. Like say your significant other added a new friend of the opposite sex and they've never mentioned that person before then you'll get jealous thinking he's cheating on you.
Most of the time cyberbullying starts with facebook, and other social networking sites. There are 1/3 teens that are repeatedley cyberbullided every day. Facebook should be used for keeping in touch with people you havent seen in a while. this social networking site should be used for responsible adults , not young teens
People who havent even met in real life get into relationships.
It is better to talk someone in reallife and more than half things we say, we would never say in real life.
Guys, guys... Let's look at the bigger picture here! It isn't Facebook that is hurting relationships but rather the people who use Facebook. Look at it like this...If I were to accidentally or intentionally (which would be stupid) hit myself with a hammer would I blame the hammer? Surely not!
I am currently living in Argentina but I am from the USA. I have been away from my family and friends for a long time, and Facebook helps us to keep in touch and up-to-date with each other´s lives. However, I will say I find What´s app more helping for maintaining relationships.
Facebook has certainly caused waves in human relationships. And, it has allowed people who have not seen each other in years to communicate with each other again. Whether it hurts relationships, rather than helps them, is something that needs to be determined on a case by case basis. Some may be hurt by it, but others may be helped.
A social networking site, such as Facebook, cannot either help or harm relationships. The quality of a relationship is dependent upon the user, the human being, who interacts in either a positive or negative way with his fellow humans through the site. Social networking, per se, just like technology, is neutral. Responsibility for the value of a relationship lies solely within a person or persons, not within any website.
Facebook is not the root of problems within relationships. I believe that it is only the catalyst which allows people to find out that their significant others are not faithful to them.
Many of us have gotten in touch with old friend through this social website. For me its gotten me in touch with friends that I went to high school with. Furthermore, its a great medium in which to keep in touch. You let people know as much or as little as you like. Its great when you can get in touch with your friends when you left the country you grew up in.
Facebook may not be the best thing for relationships, but I do not believe that it is capable of damaging a healthy relationship, any more than other distractions, such as video games, pornography, or any other item that can cause neglect. In all of these cases, the fault is not with Facebook or anything else. It is the inattentiveness to one's partner, or lack of consideration, that might be to blame for a damaged relationship.