Some people try to keep their relationship or marriage away from social media because they believe that controversy would affect their marriage if they allow people to know everything that goes on with them.
However, relationship therapist, Blessing CEO has stated that social media does not destroy relationships and marriages. Blessing CEO stated that this is because the things that are posted are edited and controlled content.
According to her, the details that are not posted on social media are the things that destroy marriages. She further advised couples to fix their marital problems and stop looking for people to blame.
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Many would argue that the statement that Blessing CEO made shows that couples should avoid blaming people for issues in their marriage but they should improve their communication.
However, certain details about one's marriage mustn't be posted because it is not everyone that may have positive intentions.
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