I don’t understand how people can go on Facebook share their whole life and then asked, “Can I have my business back?” or “People are so nosey!” Actually, no one would know what is going on with you unless you decided to share that.
I know Facebook had that question that says, “What’s on your mind?” but it doesn’t mean you have to answer. There is no gun or anything pressing you for anything that is going on with you. LOL
So I decided I will make a list of things I think should not be on Facebook. Because if you decide to share these things you have to understand you have opened yourself up to public opinion.
- Relationship with _________. You can share that you’re in a relationship to avoid the constant inbox messages of lurker. But unless you are married you may want to leave the “who” out. If you notice most nosey folks are waiting on that so they can be all up and thru your business.
- Drama! Any and all… Facebook fights are hilarious to me. And yes, I will follow it because it’s entertaining and you put it out there so why not read and follow? Try it on twitter that way people can miss it because it’s so much on a twitter timeline.
- Child Support/Co-Parenting Problems. That is something that just does not need to be on Facebook. We get it so and so is a deadbeat… but we don’t need to see that on Facebook.
Those are my top three… so if you can think of any of please share in the comments. I know #2 and #3 pretty much are the same but you know! LOL
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Never post about your money issues. Good or bad. Everyone should not know about how and when you get your money. ❗️