We all have that one friend who would share every bit and piece about his/her relationship on Facebook and Instagram, with them using platforms like EarthWeb to build their following more so they can share further. Social media has become the ultimate judge of how happy someone is in their personal life and relationships. In fact, researchers have found that genuinely happy couples post less on social media about their relationship, as they don’t seek approval from others and rather than wasting time on typing long posts they prefer spending time together. We at Khurki found out some fascinating reasons why happy couples post less on social media:
They don’t need others’ approval
Happy couples don’t find the need to pose being happy on social media by sharing their pictures of their outings and couple dates. They don’t find the need for other people to perceive they are in a happy relationship.
When you’re happy, you’ll have less time to click pictures
That instance when you are with your partner and having a lot of fun, you’re naturally and genuinely enjoying that moment of happiness and joy. You don’t have the time to be distracted by takings snaps and posting or checking social media.
No sense sharing fights on social media
Happy couples are far more mature in their way of handling arguments and tiffs. They know posting about fights online will not help them resolve any issue. Instead, it will just create more problems when others start taking interest. After, everyone likes free gossip and feast.
There is no need to seek validation from others
The biggest strength of happy couples is that they don’t seek approval from others, couples who are genuinely happy with each other. That means they don’t need to update others to get the feeling of acceptance, that they are happy in their relationship.
They don’t need to prove anything to others
Couples who enjoy each other’s company and cherish the time spend with each other, they don’t find the need to prove others that they are indeed happy. Thus, there is no need to post ‘bits and pieces of evidence”.