Facebook account until marriage is sheer fun, from new friends to new check-ins, everything is like an icing on your cake-like-life, but when flies in the vows of marriage, flies out the wows of Facebook.
Beware couples! Now is the time to make a choice for the cause of better.
Here’s to all the curious women out there, face-a-book or face-a-husband and to all the casual husbands, face-a-book or face-a-wife.
What actually happens?
1.Gradual metamorphosis of a partner into spy
Without hinting you, your partner would act no less than a CID, indeed a better version of ACP Pradyuman. Research says 58 per cent of the partner is known to their spouses’s password but the spouses being oblivious of the fact. This is how the other keeps on with his or her investigation.
2.Partner-turned-spy starts discovering the evidences
Before a partners set out on the mission of spying, they wholeheartedly pray to find their spouse innocent, but later to find being cheated.
3.The detective fiction ends to open the pages of war
Which husband-wife relationship under the sky doesn’t undergo petty squabbles? None perhaps. But that doesn’t call for Facebook to accelerate it. Some things are worth quitting than fighting endlessly. 25 per cent of the 2,000 married couples routinely argue once a week on ‘Facebook’, while 17 per cent hitting the everyday-list.
4.Threats start to engulf their well-wedded life
Facebook makes great couple with only and only a bachelor or a spinster. The world today is plagued with three addictions, smoking, drinking and this physically-healthy-but-emotionally-unhealthy Facebook. 15 per cent of couples opine ‘facebook’ as a severe threat to their wedding-life.
5.Finally the knot tied between two is untied
Every elastic has its breaking point, likewise, married life too stretch not very far to finally end up with divorces.Facebook not alone but with its avengers, Whatsapp, twitter and instagram are on the mission to produce more single parents.
I envisage every couple, after these ‘solah aane’ penta-facts , to distance themselves from Facebook and move closer to their spouses.
By Prerna Daga