Not everyone wants to go outside this holiday season, this article is for you.
Oh, man. The big question that seems to come to light a lot more often than it did back in 2010. That doesn't mean it's a bad thing- it's actually quite fascinating!
Pretty much every single person above the age of 12 has gone through a break up, or at the very least, a rejection. And a large percentage of these people are on social media.
My girlfriend and I just recently moved to a new city. We lived there about three months and we still haven’t made any friends. The jobs we worked at didn’t really give us opportunity. We both worked with older people with little kids, so they didn’t go out a lot. We went to bars, but it’s hard to get a conversation going when it’s so loud and people are so drunk.
Most people have the luxury of dating locals, but not all of us have that luxury. Being in a long distance relationship is brutal, but thankfully, it's not as bad as it once was. There are now tons of products that help people from around the world stay in contact with their significant others.
Facebook is my livelihood. No, that is not sarcasm or an exaggeration; the majority of my income comes from writing posts for small businesses. So, when people tell me that I should take a break from the social networks, I have to politely tell them to mind their own beeswax. Sometimes, though, I'll post something on Facebook just to get a rise out of people, just for the fun of it. The fastest way to find out someone's true colors is to post something that could vaguely be about them.
Have you ever noticed how the pictures you want to stand out to someone, hardly ever do? Then something you post, random and effortless, will capture their attention? It’s the unstudied air of it I believe, that is attractive. Just us being us. Not worrying over what filter to use, or which quote to copy and paste as a useless caption which doesn’t even relate to the selfie. (We have all done it, you are in denial if you try and consider yourself an exception). We spend so much time perfecting our image, what we portray. Can you honestly say everything you have put out on social media is accurate?
Let's visit John and Jane again in their humble apartment. The two have been dating for four years and living together for one. They have known each other for a long amount of time, going to the same high school. Their relationship has been through its ups and downs and is currently in the slumps. They find that they're bored, not with each other, but with life in general. They come home and do the same things, watch the same movies, TV shows, and flit around a routine that was set months ago.