You're a 30 year old dating a kid. Let's go back in time, when social medias didn't exist. It has nothing to do with my current boyfriend whom I love. Her saying she will lose followers if she posts you sounds extremely shallow and self-centered. Well this morning I was awoken to my phone being thrown in my face. If she's hiding you from actual friends, then that's your clue. Sure if it was every day I could see it being an issue but an occasional photo is not a big deal but I have a friend who's like that she's never interested in taking any photos unless it's all on her terms and conditions like if I go in for a photo as group or whatever she will literally No!! At least that was my experience.
I think Facebook relationships are useless and would do it if it meant that much to my partner but would think it was weird. Who cares how many people tap a button on their phone. I however never requested for him to be in a relationship status on social media, it gives people freedom to be nosey and immediately connect with them, I wouldn't want people lurking me and vice versa. I have a couple of times and then I went and deleted them, mostly because I know my ex is following me on social media sites and I think about how I would feel to see a picture of him and a new girl. I have a program installed on my computer that lets me view the photos of anyone I choose, even if I am not their friends, and have no friends in common. It's on par with people that post pictures of their babies.
I guess this is something I'd have to now ask early. At least not more than she has to. Other friends of hers post photos of her although if she is tagged she usually removes the tag , and the first thing that made me worried about this is that most photos where she is with another guy shows that she is physically very close to them. Yeah this seems a bit shady to me. Turns out she wasn't the woman of your dreams.
Facebook is bad news for relationships sometimes cause it creates insecurity in people which then leads to problems when you're with each other. Yet she posts pictures of herself every other day, She stated that she would take and post a picture next time we hung out but that never has happened and did not happen again. She's very smart, and carries herself well, and has a great way with conversation, and knows how the world works. Still, I didn't mind posting the photos because I think what you show online is what you show to the world, so I would like people to know I have a girlfriend, and I would like to say nice things about her that people can see as well. I had a girlfriend for almost 2 years and when we bumped into an old high school friend of hers, he asked her in front of me if I was her boyfriend. My wife is very strict in controlling what picture she posts, and even though I wanted to post pictures of us from our last 2 vacations, she told me to make them private and accessible only to the two of us.
That's part of socializing nowadays. You had a great relationship until she found your last post, then proceeded to commit a felony and steal money out of your bank account and is ghosting you. We used to talk about that stuff every day. No its stupid, but that is the world we live in today. I will advice you to rain down fire and brimstone, 1. She takes pictures with me all the time, but almost never posts them. Feel free to message me or comment if you would like to know more.
Bad news is she clearly isn't going to let this be a friendly breakup. Maybe she actually considers his feelings and that it might hurt him to see her with you? There may be many reasons why your girlfriend does not want you to post pictures of you and her on Facebook or Instagram. When I was younger I posted photos on instagram with my exes but now, I don't feel the need to show them off or my relationship. She has already completely changed her lifestyle for me and I don't want to push her too much. Social media does destroy relationships because everyone gets involved cause everything is so public. To me this proved that 1, she does really care about me, but also 2, she knows that what she is doing is wrong and feels guilty about it.
Like they want to make everyone believe that everything is a-ok, but behind closed doors there's a shitstorm going on in their relationship. Don't compare your relationship to your friends' relationships. . Which means she keeps her distance on purpose to make you chase her and want her more which clearly is working. I find this relatively normal nowadays that girls in relationships don't post pics of their boy friends that often. Years ago I was dating a girl who posted lots of crap I didn't like and I just ignored.
By skipping all of that, Susan and I were able to mindfully, with gentle love, begin the journey to the end of our relationship. You can see if she's willing to agree to counseling, if only so that you two can figure out how to co-parent amicably, but I think you need to be prepared for this to be officially over whether you want that outcome or not. Because she has her options open. I'm sure she can find other ways to market herself without using Tinder. No, it's not a problem so long as you can respect that she has a right to privacy. No I agree with the second comment, and trust me I'm not so shallow I would base an entire relationship on my partner's behaviour Facebook. I am actually the same way as your girlfriend and I tell my girlfriend not to post me on social media either.
Sorry I think its ridiculous that people think you have to change your relationship status on fbook to make it official. I still think she is. Is this what you preach? She saw my reddit post, saying a friend told her about it but I'm positive she was being sneaky. For all the people complaining about not putting one's relationship all over the net, well. The best advice I could give us to ask her why without starting an argument, and if she gets mad I'm probably right, but from this point on, I'd start paying extra attention to her actions and how she really feels abut you I have asked the reason why she does not, she simply responded with an apology and that she has no real reason other than she forgets.
Ahh, is actually strange if you have years together. I knew that he was going back to his home country for Christmas. At your age I would suggest stop dating kids and get a grown woman that doesn't need validation on their thong pics. She cheated on you, left you, then robbed you. In our whole relationship of a year there was one picture of us on Facebook that was put up by someone else. They want the goodies of dating under wraps while in the same breath appealing to men who are richer, have higher status, etc. Even if she pretended to be single online, simply because social media isn't as real as it may seem.