Always ask first or just simply refrain from posting about your relationship in general. We get that you want the world to know how amazing your significant other is, and that’s perfectly fine, but when you start posting too much and filling up your newsfeed with nonsense, don’t be surprised if you start to lose a few followers.
Are you guilty of posting negative things about your relationship on social media? Maybe you vent about the fight you just had or you post about frustrations you have toward your partner. “Once the information is online, it’s there forever, etched into the minds of your followers,” writer, editor and gender studies major Rochelle Scarlett, says.
Dia Hicks, relationship expert and founder and CEO of SwaggerScan, says that you should avoid posting any photos of your partner without his or her approval. “There can be an assortment of reasons your mate would be opposed to you posting photos of the two of you on the internet and it doesn't have to signal infidelity,” he says. “They could be in divorce proceedings and/or custody battle or they could be shy about their looks or obsessive over the right angles taken during photos and many more acceptable reasons.”