We live in a strange time when for some people the state of the Internet can have more meaning than what is happening in the real world.
We evaluate a person’s life based on the photos that appear on their Facebook page and what they write about themselves. And we often make mistakes in our judgments.
We have discovered the fascinating reasons why happy couples don’t post their entire lives online, and we just had to share it with you.
When People Are Happy In Their Relationship, They Live In The Here And Now
If all is going well in a person’s life and relationship, there is no point in wasting time writing posts online to prove it to others.
It’s not that they never take photos or check their social media, but their lives already make them so happy that they don’t need to be distracted by it.
Any Couple That Parades Their Relationship Problems Online For All To See Will Gain Nothing From It
Revealing all your personal problems to everyone you know on social media is the least effective method available to solve your problems. This will only make things worse in your relationship.
Real Happiness Comes From Simply Being In A Happy Relationship With Someone You Love
You’ll gain nothing by posting proof of how happy you are on your Facebook page. The joy is in being together, not in posting about being together.
For people who understand this, constantly posting on social media has little appeal.
No One Has To Prove Anything To Anyone
People who are in a truly happy relationship have no interest in using each other to show how happy they are for others.
They are together because they want to be and they don’t care if their page says “in a relationship” or not.
And The Most Important …
The researchers found that those who don’t use social media are generally happier than those who do because they don’t constantly compare themselves to their colleagues and friends, all of whom always seem to be better or happier in some way.
We often forget that all that matters are our real lives, our relationships, our experiences, and our feelings, and not the endless search for popularity online.
Based on materials from businessinsider.com