If Your Wife Spends Endless Hours On Social Media Be Sure She Is Planning Or Already Cheating On You, Our Writer Explores The Do’s And Dont’s On Social Media By Married Women
By Agnes Sikuku
Some married women; it has been observed that they consume of social media badly. Some are a thorn in the flesh of many. We should all use social media. However, married women should be careful with their use of social media. We need to have a yellow line for our married women. Here are some of the things that married women should not do on social media.
A good percentage of social media users have an intimate relationship with selfies. It captures the best moments that we would be glad to share. But explain to me like a two year old, why would a married woman add 30 plus pictures? Why would she take selfies at the tick of the clock? It’s not only shallow, but also shows how she seeks attention and approval from the likes and comments.
HAPPILY MARRIED POSTS
We are not insinuating that many married couples are not happily married. Many are. Others are unhappy and it’s none of our damn business. Now posts like “Watching the sun set with hubby” “In shags with hubby” “Love you to bits my love” what’s the meaning? Tell the world you love and adore each other by sticking together till dead do you people apart. Stop petty shows of love online. Leave that for college love birds and teenagers discovering love.
PICTURES OF NEWLY BORN
We are happy that you are blessed with a child. The pictures of the newly born in a pink baby shawl and pinkish skin with half closed eyes doesn’t interest us. Don’t forget that some people have taken all the herbs in the forest, visited more than hundred gynecologists without even conceiving. Be sensitive to them. Lest I forget, kidnappers are real.
BEING ONLINE FOR 24 HOURS A DAY
Males are insecure. Unless your work requires you to search for stuff online as though you are looking for a hidden treasure, avoid. Take care of your family and let psychologically disturbed fellows, attention seekers and socialites trod the online highway.
STALKING BABA WATOTO
Unless baba watoto wants you people to be friends online or request you to follow him on twitter and instagram, leave him alone. It’s insecure to like, comment, retweet and favorite all his status. What you are saying is that you don’t trust him or can’t let him breath.Dont befriend all his friends and followers or send them messages screaming that you are baba watoto’s wife. You can do better by learning how to cook that special meal from a recipe book.
BEING AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF KILIMANI MUMS GROUP
You don’t know those women; you don’t know their stories or struggles. The fact that you are all women in social media doesn’t make you friends. Being in such a group and asking for advice on how to run your marriage is bullshit.Those women are not marriage counselors, they may have money, high flying jobs and in stable marriages or relationships, that’s their life. It’s in such groups that women pass down b**tching tendencies.
CHATING WITH STRANGE MEN
Why would a sane married woman do this? It’s called infidelity and should be avoided at all cost.
WATCHING P()RN ONLINE
Watching p()rn, am aptly informed is for the lonely and people who are searching for what they can’t get. Forget the advice in relationship magazines that it can spice things in the bedroom-Whatever that means.
STALKING YOUR EX
Why would someone in marriage do that? Even if he is unhappy, has broken up with that bad woman he left you for, how will that be helpful in your life? Cherish your marriage and let that looser of an ex be. You were too good for him-You still are.
We have all came across those long post alerts. The married woman in question goes ahead to give a long post in which she warns unnamed people to leave her alone. She goes ahead to say God will deal with her enemies and preserve her family. This is Petty and overreacting if you ask me.
If married women stopped doing the above online, then we will all be happy people online.