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Facebook, Twitter, Blogs... How many do you have?

Life is becoming more interactive a lot faster than anyone could cope up. When you are in a relationship, you have to declare that you are in
a relationship - Relationsip status.

Being in a social network is like giving people a view of your personal space. Every wall post, every tweet and every article is given a
meaning on what is happening on your life.

So how do these social networking sites affect our relationship with our partner? (Yes, I'm talking about your loved one who is also your
follower, your friend and your blog reader.)

Do we have "Rules" on social networking and relationships? None yet.

So how do we deal with all the information and how do we interpret them. Do we need to talk to our partners on how much we could divulge in
these sites regarding our life together?

The reason I wanted to write this post is because of an online inquiry regarding Facebook and their relationship.

Let's do this once at a time since Social Networking is ONE BIG TOPIC.

Facebook: Writing on your partner's wall.

Do we consider this a PDA (Public Display of Affection)? I guess, yes - PDA with timeline and "digital" proof.

The best thing in dealing with writing mushy notes on your partner's wall is by considering how he or she reacts when you kiss in public.
How do you deal when the post is deleted? Do you just assume that it is deleted in purpose? Is it even worth an argument?

More questions than answers.

Thoughts from the readers are very much welcomed.

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