Facebook, Social media generally is one of the greatest tools on the planet for staying connected, but ironically, it’s also potentially one of the most dangerous forces for tearing relationships apart.
Here are a few of the most dangerous and destructive behaviors that you should avoid at all costs. If you don’t have the self-control to stop doing these things online, you, your relationships and the world would probably be a lot better off if you just deleted all your social media accounts.
If you want to protect your relationships and your own reputation, NEVER do the following…
1. Publicly criticize or vent about someone
Especially in marriage, one of your primary roles as a spouse is to protect your spouse. That protection is not only a physical protection but a protection of their honor. It is never appropriate to air someone else’s dirty laundry in a public forum just to make yourself feel justified in your frustration towards them.
This is also not a way to promote healing or growth in your relationship; it just creates a cycle of more resentment and dysfunction. Praise people publicly and if there’s ever a need for criticism, always give it privately and humbly