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4 thoughts on “Social Networking Sites and Relationships”

  1. You hit it, Brandy. It is not the media, it is what is going on at home. I had a cousin who met a new man across country through a social media, and left her family to be with him… I know she is remarried, but not if it is that man.. I know her husband at the time was devastated… she never talked to me again, as she had called me when she was first thinking about it & I told her it was a bad idea… If you are having problems work on them if it can’t be fixed then go about it the normal way of separation or diviorce, don’t use another person as an escape.. that may end up being worse. not to mention all the pain you leave behind.
    .-= Faythe @GrammyMousetails´s last blog ..Put your Tu-lips =-.

  2. as a victim of a cheater, i agree with you brandy ,it’s not the social sites fault if they meet someone on their it is what has and is going on in the home and between the two people involved.
    so i say stop blaming others for your actions or choices.

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