Does Facebook Mess Up Relationships?

Y’all GOT to watch this video. when that chick said, you been LOLing up behind her every comment all day. Facebook is just a website. Don’t let it mess up your relationship or marriage.

Don’t be LOLing all day while you’re poking your friends on Facebook. :)

21 Responses to “Does Facebook Mess Up Relationships?”

  1. Derrick Watkins December 27, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Facebook does not mess up relationships! It is probably already messed up and facebook only pours gasoline on the fire! If you are insecure, dishonest, immature, selfish and not into your relationship totally, facebook can assist you in being the low-life that you are ready are.

    Derrick Watkins
    Author: Why Good Girls Date Bad Boys

  2. Sonny January 23, 2010 at 6:22 pm #

    I do agree, that if “Myspace” or “Facebook” are having some sort of influence one way or another in your relationship then , yes most likely there are some issues that have already seeded themselves ion your backyard.

    Ive been in a relationship for 6 years. When we 1st got the internet up and running we of course spent alot of time just roaming around getting familiar with all the information that out there. THEN once my man became aware (from his friends), of all the different social sites that are there, dating sites, etc, it was on. He created his site, once he realized how much attention he could get from women that he didn’t even know and probably would never know, he became like addicted to hit. Not only was he spending all of his free time building up his site, but he was then so focused on the comments and interest that other women were giving him that it became like his own little private area that he didn’t wanted me included in.

    After some time I became hip to what was going on, and creasted my own site, actually friend did it for me. It had all the bling, glitter, cook pics, great “hook” song etc. With of course a bomb picture to boot. Then of course once he checked out my page he got a little concern, expecially when all of sudden I had 375 friends, mostly men mind you that were constantly telling me how beautiful I was, they wanted to date me, so on, and so on. I wasnt into for those reasons and have had my fair share of male attention, lets just say that I wasnt enticed by it.

    I guess he got bored with that and over to Facebook and now he wont approve me as a friend. He says because he wants me to stay out of business? Is that possible? I’m not quite sure how Facebook works, but does someone have to approve you as friend in order for you to view their “business”?

    • ElT February 9, 2010 at 3:53 pm #

      Yes your friend has to add/apparove you as friend in order for you to view his site. MAKE NO MISTAKE OF THIS! Believe me I just got with my ex a week ago. I left him for the first in 12 years due to this flirting exchanging messages via facebook. Until I found out I was outrage, angry and went ballistic. Had I not discover this, he would have probably continued until it leads to a personal meeting and then sort of kinda relationship. You really have to do your own investigations and always trust your intuition and guts! WOMEN have such a strong feeling of distrust when it comes to their partner or significant one. DO whatever you have to do. Since we are back together, I have confronted him about his flirting and other shenanigans he’s been doing over the net with a woman. But I will still continue to do whatever I have to do. You can’t really trust them once they started they will tell you they will stop or have stopped not knowing that they are still very active.

    • jt March 7, 2011 at 1:45 pm #

      I am sorry but being that you have been in a long term relationship for 6 or more years means that he should be open to letting you into his business.

      That is why I don’t even attempt those website very much even if my bf was on it because its like something back in highschool where they have ‘clicks’ and either your in or out….he seems childesh to give a excuse like that and as well it seems shady

  3. Bladimir Quinones April 25, 2010 at 11:39 pm #

    Well!.. in my opinion I don’t think is the Facebook what affects your relationship, what I really think it affects your relationship to get mess up is how the values and moral principles that a relationship could have each other, if you see that your wife has lost the respect on you is because something wrong is happening, especially respect, I don’t know but my conclusion is respect, respect, respect… but let me tell you this My “future wife” engaged and all that; was cheating on me with the engagedment ring on, having two daughters which one is mine but like I said is about values and moral principels counting first as a mother then a woman, I caught her with a guy that was her first boyfriend in high school and I created her facebook when we used to live together and one of her days she started to look for this guy through the facebook and then she found him, she started interacting by phone behind my back and one night after work on my way home I was carrying a check for $2000 for her so she can buy her dress for the wedding and when I got home I found her with him.. you know!!.. that’s how everyything end up, so that’s why I don’t blame facebook I blame her for being a liar, and a B***H!!!!

    • David July 15, 2010 at 2:45 pm #

      That’s too bad. I feel for you. I’m happy you found out BEFORE the actual wedding though.
      You’re right. It’s not the internet, it’s the person.

    • jt March 7, 2011 at 1:48 pm #

      I don’t blame facebook entirely but it does play some kind of part in making the opportunities available and to exist.

  4. Bruce May 19, 2010 at 11:52 am #

    Yes your friend has to add/apparove you as friend in order for you to view his site. MAKE NO MISTAKE OF THIS! Believe me I just got with my ex a week ago. I left him for the first in 12 years due to this flirting exchanging messages via facebook. Until I found out I was outrage, angry and went ballistic. Had I not discover this, he would have probably continued until it leads to a personal meeting and then sort of kinda relationship. You really have to do your own investigations and always trust your intuition and guts! WOMEN have such a strong feeling of distrust when it comes to their partner or significant one. DO whatever you have to do. Since we are back together, I have confronted him about his flirting and other shenanigans he’s been doing over the net with a woman. But I will still continue to do whatever I have to do. You can’t really trust them once they started they will tell you they will stop or have stopped not knowing that they are still very active.

    • David July 15, 2010 at 2:48 pm #

      I know 12 years is a long time, but why are you still together if you dont trust him anymore?
      If you have to spend your time playing detective, then why not move on?
      If it happened once, it will happen again.
      I believe in 2nd chances of course, but he would absolutely have to be remorseful and not want to lose you to ever take a chance like that again.

      • jt March 7, 2011 at 1:49 pm #

        I like so totally agree with you. If there is no trust then you have to re-evaluate whether the relationship is worth staying in.

  5. Countrygurl July 20, 2010 at 10:35 am #

    I don’t believe that Facebook its self messes up a marriage…but it give someone an opportunity to hang them selves. If there wasn’t facebook, it would be a lot harder to find someone that will send you bad pics etc. Facebook ruined my life. my husband cheated on me with people he met there and people he found from his highschool. There need to be some rulee made by facebook…no sexy pics…etc.

    • jamie stoetzel August 1, 2010 at 9:37 pm #

      hey my girlfriends now ex cheated on me with her friend on myspace husband she didn’t even know the girl she just because she went to the same high school and acted like they were buddy buddy and started watching there kids the husbands kids from a prevous marriage . then went out and kissed him and dancing and then lead me on for the past two months using me for money. let me know what u think

    • Scott June 8, 2012 at 2:50 am #

      Well of course FB messes up relationships. It is a tool in which a lot of folks are using to cheat. It’s the new bar scene and it’s easy to just sit at home when no ones around and get online and do a search. Saying it is not FB is a misguided approach. Actually moving into action to cheat requires the person but the tool is FB. Before FB it was the bar scene or hookup dating magazines.

  6. mystery January 25, 2011 at 10:27 pm #

    I was investigating for a person’s wife sercrets. So i made a fake profile. Add her and see all her comments, post, and ect comming to conclusion, Siti Azizah Agunstina which is her name by the way she told me to transfer money to my bank account to hers but i refused but also was shock to hear that! plus she had 2 children and was married but eventually her husband and her got into an argument which end up in divorcement since her husband told me what to reviel about her wife. It was sad but the truth hurts. other than that all i did is play the trojan horse to enter troys gate and search its keys to open the gates if you know what i mean.

  7. Mrs Upset January 31, 2011 at 2:25 pm #

    To cut a long story short, been married just over two years and my husband sits all day and all night on Facebook chatting to his friends. He works for a few hours a day and that’s the only time he’s not on it. We no longer talk properly as when i do try to speak to him, he either ignores me or gets angry as i’m “disturbing him”. I’ve spoken to him about this, but he just does as he pleases and i end up getting upset. On the rare occasion we go out for a meal, he sits on facebook chat on his mobile. It’s ruining our marriage and i’m absolutely heartbroken. He’s in his mid-forties and i’m in my early forties (we have no kids). It’s every single night, all night. At the moment, he’s got five chat windows open. Is divorce my only option? I feel so sad but he’s made it clear he’s not going to change. Is anyone else in this situation?

    • jt March 7, 2011 at 1:54 pm #

      Yes, he has a serious problem.

      If you have talked to him and he seems to not respect how you feel about it then maybe re-evaluate whether its worth having a heart break or if its better to just move on because if he truly cared he would of compromised a little bit.

  8. Ain't Misbehavin April 6, 2011 at 6:55 pm #

    This is all just so sad. I was with a man for 10 years and totally trusting. Then my daugher happened to see his Facebook page which had all sorts of pictures (most of which I took) posted indicating his was single. The pictures presented him is very successful and it was obvious that his goal was to attract women. When I confronted him, he blamed Facebook saying that the default value was set to single. There was not one picture of us together on his page and worse, he set his page to private immediately and refused to add me as a friend so that I could not see the communication. This type of activitiy is devastating to a partner who has better things to do with their time than spend every hour of time outside of work on social networking sites…very disappointing for an honest person. Are there any honest people left?

  9. John April 16, 2011 at 3:49 am #

    my fiancee flirts all the time; I just pretend it’s not happening but i know it is. she won’t accept my add and she posts up sexy pics of her on her bed in lingerie. maybe she loves the attention. but it’s not nice for me.

    • Scott June 8, 2012 at 2:54 am #

      @John; I know you don’t want to hear this but if you’re not married, get out now and fast. There are much better women in the world. She has no character or shame if she is doing this to you.

  10. BROWNEYEZ September 29, 2011 at 3:01 pm #

    I WAS WITH THIS DUDE FOE THREE YEARS I MEET HIM ON MYSPACE AND WE STARTED A RELATIONSHIP I KNOW MY BAD HE MOVED IN WITH ME MIND THAT HE IS YOUNGER THEN ME BUT ANYWAY ALL ON FACEBOOK HE IS FLIRTING SENDING MESSAGES TO DIFFERENT GIRLS , ASKING TO MEET THEM AND THINGS LIKE THAT. WHEN I CONFRONTING HIM HE TELLS ME HE IS NOT CHEATING HE IS JUST TALKING ITS HARMLESS AND HE DON’T WANT TO SIT AROUND WAITING UNTIL THE DAY I SAY ITS OVER AND HE HAS NOTHING TO FALL BACK ON I SWEAR I’M HURT AND I CAN’T GO THREW THE BULL-SHIT I AM PUTTING HIS ASS OUT LET HIM DO THAT SHIT OUT OF MY HOUSE. SO I AM GIVING HIM WHAT HE WANTS AND NOW HE LOOKING HURT,LONELY WITH NO WHERE TO GO ALL I WANTED WAS RESPECT AND IT WAS NOT GIVEN SO HIS ASS IS OUT SORRY FACE BOOK PLAYER..LOL

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