Are Loving Couples on Social Media Happier?

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Are Loving Couples on Social Media Happier?

There are many couples who display their affection on social media. Nowadays, what is not shared on social media? Starting from waking up, eating, unt

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There are many couples who display their affection on social media. Nowadays, what is not shared on social media? Starting from waking up, eating, until going to bed again, everything will be updated on social media. Couples holding hands, hugging or kissing are often met in social media. Their relationship seems perfectly fine, and happy, and less problematic. However, is it true that the couple who often show off social media intimacy are really happy? Or, perhaps, rely solely on illusion to add to it? Check out the explanation below.

Based on research, couples who love to show off on social media are not really content

A study found that people or partners who have a close relationship with each other will not spit out everything on social media. Research that conducted tests with Facebook account also shows that depression can arise due to excessive media use.

Excessive use of social media also complies with mental unhealthyness. It can give a negative influence and impact on the interpersonal relationships of its users.

Those who are truly happy, will not need recognition from the social media community

Couples who love to show off on social media tend to signal that they need “recognition” from other people. Different from those who rarely show off on social media. They won’t be in a relationship with each other to prove to the world that they are happy. For them, happiness is not found in the public sphere, and it doesn’t just have to show that they really love each other.

When couples are really into each other time, they don’t have time for continuous updates

It doesn’t matter if you post your and your partner’s happiness once or twice on social media. But if you continue, how can you absorb the existing happiness? Instead of feeling happy, you may start to feel annoyed. It is natural to want to share or show happiness occasionally to others. However, a truly happy couple will respect each other and will not sacrifice their time for updates on social media.

To sum up

After examining the research and some of the rational reasons above, this couple who are diligent in showing off intimate photos on social media may be really happy, but this happiness may arise when likes increase or there are praise for “relationship goals” on their posts.

As for the real relationship? Not necessarily as happy as it looks. After all, social media cannot be used as a measure of happiness for two human beings. Therefore, start respecting time and privacy with your partner, and true happiness is not found on social media.

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