TV-phobia! Love at first sight? Social networking and your relationship…
Do you have FOMOOT? That's fear of missing out on TV - a new and worrying phenomenon I've commented about in today's Sun newspaper here... a must-read if you feel pressure to constantly tweet or post on FaceBook about TV programmes you're watching.
Over to your love life and social networking - I’m sure there are a number of books on social networking and relationships and I could certainly write one on the positives and pitfalls of social networking and relationships.
Today on my ‘Love Doc’ slot today at 8:05 AM with Angela and Spence on the Heart Northwest and Wales breakfast show we’re talking about a couple of the pitfalls.
For instance, when your partner doesn’t want you to be a friend on Facebook - are they hiding something? Or do they just not want to live out of each other’s pockets?
Or how about flirting online – it’s so common and some people might think they’re flirting innocently but when their partner sees it they’re very hurt by it.
After that I'm chatting love and lust at first sight with the radio presenter Mike Parr on BBC Tees radio at 10:00 AM - I've always said it's lust at first sight that can develop into love and new research confirms this.
TODAY’S TIP: Back to social networking the key to networking and relationships and so many other issues is the “C”-word – communication. When you can have open and honest chats about how you use social networking you build the trust between you.
Start working on this today to make sure it’s a positive for your relationship and not a pitfall.
All my best, Pamx