I know that this is happened to. I posted something about someone but without using a name kind of emptying my feelings but it turned out that one of my best friends read it and thought it was about them. (Which it wasn’t) When I tried to explain but she wasn’t going to listen and she didn’t which led to the fact that my best friend and I are now not on a talking basis. Not even looking at each other. ( Sad I know)
This is great advice…goes beyond Facebook and definitely covers Twitter…sharing with everyone.
Love it and am going to share it with a group of adolescents I work with. Thank you!
No man or woman is worth your tears, and the one who is, won’t make you cry
you are absolutely right, now that you’ve said it, i can say i see it a lot more, i’m aware of it more than i was before hand. so thanks for sharing this, it’ll be a real big help for people. (:
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Thank you for sharing this information. I am going to share this information with my teenage daughter and my friends and family on Facebook. People of all ages can learn from this post.
Terrific, thank you!
Nice, simple and easy to share a very important point to ponder with the kiddos.
Status updates are like breaking up on a post it!
totally! Great analogy.
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