The social media serve many positive purposes. They can keep us connected to family and friends, enable us to spread the gospel and so much more. But they can also be the source of considerable trouble for a variety of reasons. It’s easy to regret posting something on one or more of your social media accounts. And it’s not uncommon to hear of marital problems arising out of the use of social media. For example, a husband or wife “connects” with a former girlfriend or boyfriend from high school thirty years ago, and the other spouse feels uncomfortable or even threatened by the new development. Is that a reasonable reaction? It likely depends on the nature of the correspondence between the two of them. Should spouses have access to each other’s social media accounts? Is that being accountable or snooping? Let us have your life experiences on Tuesday’s show.
April 10, 2018 at 12:24 pm
I do not have any social media accounts. My thought…
Social accounts tends to lead each person to compare their behind the scenes life with everyone else’s highlights.
April 10, 2018 at 5:41 pm
Thanks for the comment, Matthew. Hope you enjoy the show each day!