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There’s no doubt that social media has changed the way we date. While it’s easier than ever to stay in touch with a new love interest, there’s a downside: It’s also easier for your love interest to stay in touch with everyone else.
Fun! If your new bae is super active online, you might have wondered, is it bad if my boyfriend likes other women’s pictures on Instagram or Facebook?
Yep, welcome to modern dating. Have you heard it can be a struggle? I mean, even if it’s generally okay to like other women's pics online, what about pics of his ex? Or worse, pics of his ex in a freakin’ bikini? Condolences.
This is an extension of what you see a lot, when after some time in a relationship, a couple will become much more relaxed with each other but go out of their way to impress each other's friends or family.
Basically, he’s no longer in the early stage where he feels like he absolutely needs to win you over because he knows you're committed (sad but true). Now, it’s all about getting the people you love most on his side and being part of your circle. Good things!
But it probably doesn’t feel so good if it’s a photo of his ex or a bikini pic of someone you’ve never met. If you’re getting enough attention in your relationship and he’s not just using his likes for one supermodel-hot girl, this isn’t anything to worry about, Greer says. Even if it is a supermodel-hot girl photo, be fair. Is he just really active on social media?
If you’re still feeling jealous, the issue might be that you’re not getting enough attention from him in general. “At that point, you would need to talk about what you would like more of in the relationship, like spending time together, rather than trying to control his behavior. It’s not about telling him what to do but letting him know how he could make you feel more secure.
As a general rule, it’s never good to point fingers without trying to get in touch with the *real* issue. After all, if you truly think he’s cheating, you probably think that for reasons beyond a silly photo, right?
It’s another story if he seems distracted all the time, bikini pics or not. One of the tough things about social media is how easily it can start to invade your private time, thanks to its accessibility.
Many people are constantly on Twitter or other forms of social media because of work, but it can be disruptive and make the other person feel like they’re not fully connecting.
To avoid this kind of situation driving a wedge between you two, come up with little blocks of time when neither of you can be on your phones, period. “Tell him something like, ‘I support that you need to pay attention to Twitter because of work, but is it possible to do it before we start eating, then hold off until after we’re done with dinner? I love spending that uninterrupted time with you
I will say Social media is important because it allows you to reach people locally, regionally, nationally and even internationally. If you understand the characteristics of your target audience, you will be able to personalize your messages to resonate with that audience more appropriately.
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