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8 thoughts on “Facebook a Dangerous Source of Temptation”

  1. I agree. Facebook alone can’t hurt your relationship. There has to be other issues that are way wrong in the first place.
    .-= Laura´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday – Cute Puppy =-.

  2. I agree with you 100% that thought of blaming a website for someone’s infidelity is just ridiculous. Did Facebook go and force this guy to cheat on his wife? People just don’t like to take personal responsibilities for the own actions , of course it has to be something else that is the reason when all they have to do is look in the mirror.
    .-= Dan @ Tampa Homes´s last blog ..DR Horton Schooner Cove =-.

  3. That is crazy to blame something or someone else for your problems. There is nobody to blame but yourself. When will people start to realize this.
    .-= Jessica @ Riding with Jessica´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday: 11/25 =-.

  4. We get lots of complaints about FaceBook on LuvemOrLeavem. Everything from people who spend too much time with their new online friends to people who have reconnected with lost loves from their past. If you’re frantically searching for your long lost love and you’re in a relationship, then there’s a problem. If you happen to reconnect through FaceBook, you can’t put the blame on FaceBook.
    .-= Tina T´s last blog ..Romance, Happiness and Children =-.

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