Social media has made it easier for couples to stay connected and communicate throughout the day
Social media can create unrealistic expectations of relationships and put pressure on couples to present a perfect image.
Social media can create feelings of jealousy and insecurity in relationships, as partners may feel threatened by their significant other's interactions with others online.
Social media can also make it easier to hide things from your partner, leading to trust issues and relationship problems.
Social media allows couples to publicly display their affection for one another, but this can also lead to oversharing and potential embarrassment.
Social media can lead to comparison between relationships and make couples feel like they need to keep up with others.
Social media can lead to miscommunication due to the lack of tone and body language in messages.
Social media can also lead to cyberbullying, which can impact the mental health and wellbeing of both individuals in the relationship.
Social media can also impact privacy, as personal information and photos can be easily shared or leaked.
Social media can be a time-consuming distraction, taking away from quality time that could be spent together as a couple.
Social media has also made it easier to meet new people and date online, potentially leading to new relationships and infidelity.
Social media can blur boundaries between couples and friends, leading to potential misunderstandings and conflicts.