One of the greater positives to come out of the social networking revolution is the enforced honesty that it has brought into being. If your relationship is quite overtly celebrated by yourself and your partner on social, you can bet that it is annoying the life out of some people.
It’s really not worth the effort of extensive covering up that he would have to do in order to convince you that he isn’t married, for example. Equally, the temptation to air dirty laundry from your very own digital soapbox when a relationship ends can be tempting. Break-ups have much bigger potential to stretch out, and become more dramatic as the time passes.
Anything driven by communication with other users of a website is a social network.
Because of all of these levels on which we interact, now, the dating game has been simplified, in some great ways.
While social networking profiles are a great source of information, they are by no means the full reflection of the person who owns them. Along those same lines, don’t go digging if you’re suspicious. Your friends don’t need to understand every nuance of your relationship.