Social media allows us to stay in touch with people we care about. The introduction of social media has increased our desire to closely follow the lives of our peers, family members, and friends.
Social media has its advantages, such as staying in touch with loved ones, networking, and meeting new people, but it can also have an impact on our offline lives.
Social media reduces couples' quality time. The relationship will deteriorate if one or both spouses spend most of their time online.
People begin comparing their romantic relationships with others as a result of social media. This can lead to relationship dissatisfaction.
Sometimes you or your partner may start feeling jealous by seeing each other’s social life.
While you may be tempted to share all aspects of your life on social media, your partner may not feel the same way. This can lead to differences of opinion.
While social media can harm relationships, it can also help them. Social networking can help long-distance couples.