And more than likely, you have a favorite social media app you like to use to creep on your girlfriend, boyfriend, hookup buddy or crush. Don't get me wrong, I admit it: I used to be a social media creep myself in previous casual dating situations. It's a Thursday night; you had to stay in because of your 8am work shift (fuck you, right?Fortunately, I have been clean for about a year now. ) but your bae is out on the town with their dudes, girlfriends, or just plain randoms.Some of you are really embarrassed or laughing with me.Yes, I have witnessed multiple times where girls get extremely agitated about who their boyfriend play Words With Friends with, Trivia Crack, etc.Stop worrying about Facebook messaging: because who does that anymore?
If your boyfriend or girlfriend is spitting game via Facebook, you should break up with them solely because they're clearly an insignificant loser. I wish this weren't a thing: but stop caring about your bae's cyber game opponent.Because thousands of new dates and relationships start every day on Absolute, we ask that you take responsibility to practice safe sex and not spread rumors if you see someone you know here. We wouldn't ever want to live without it, but it's way too easy to let it ruin your dating life and relationships.Cyber stalking, obsessing, over thinking, driving yourself crazy these are all of the unfortunate things that can happen if you let social media take too big of a role in your dating life.You think to yourself, "Oh hell no is that the hooker Jamie from Delta Gamma?! You pick a fight for no reason and then can't even admit you were Snapchat stalking because you'll look like a weirdo." (In all reality it's so blurry those two people could be anyone.) You start feeling hot with anger and bitterness. From that point on, you watch anyone's stories who you think might be with him or at the same bar. Honestly, if you have so little faith in your relationship that you have to keep tabs through Snapchat stories: you've got a bigger issue my friend.