Facebook And Relationships – Pregnancy Positive

Social media has gradually become one of the most valuable units in people’s lives. When only Facebook usage is assessed, we find that more than one billion Facebook users share about 90 pieces of information on their Facebook accounts each month (Facebook, 2012). Along with accessing all of this information, Facebook also provides an environment for individuals to track everyone’s activities and movements, including romantic partners. Despite following each other in communications and wondering where a partner is and with whom they are generally viewed negatively, Utz and Beukeboom (2011) argue that following a partner’s movements on Facebook has become more socially acceptable because the information found is shared publicly and that the partner has done so. that, She said her followers are no longer seen as a problem to believe in benevolence. In addition to the useful side of this situation, the fact that very immediate and rapid access to information about a partner can have consequences as negative as jealousy is at the heart of the issues addressed (Muise, Christofides, Desmarais, 2014). The use of Facebook is said to cause jealousy because partners can monitor each other’s activities on Facebook and see their interactions with others (Muise, Christofides, Desmarais, 2009). Amid the results of scientific studies, Facebook jealousy is felt more among women than men, with women following their partners’ pages and questioning them more. (Muise, Christofides, Desmarais, 2014). While the use of social media, especially Facebook, induces jealousy in ties, we see that another valuable variable associated with jealousy is ‘attachment’. Whether individuals bond with or without faith is related to the feelings of jealousy they feel in their bonds (Hazan & Shaver, 1987; Knobloch, Solomon, & Cruz, 2001). Halfway to the current findings, tracking a partner’s movements on Facebook is mostly seen in individuals with disbelieving attachment (Marshall et al., 2012).
Whenever we talk to my clients or the students I teach, I often hear that they don’t find it healthy to follow links on social media. However, it must be admitted, in fact, that the positive or negative aspects of the connections tested in this case must be discussed in the individual interest of each interest. It is necessary to preserve the uniqueness of each interest. Yes, social networks, especially Facebook, allow us to express many of our feelings, real or virtual, to share photos with our lover/wife, to want others to see that we are very happy, to meet someone , sometimes to use it. Like a defense system to cover the affected parts, sometimes to follow our partner. When we see these posts we find them silly and make comments, but as I said above, we have to look at every person and every interest, every emotion that social media evokes, in the reality of individuals and relationships , in the light of the points they raise…
That’s why, before judging – you have to look at the dynamics that we and the others operate 😉