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Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, oh my! Social media is officially in the building and on the streets.

It’s you. It’s us. It’s exposure. It’s complicated. I think we can all agree that social media has completely changed relationship dynamics, especially in the world of communication and disclosure. We confess and we invite and we watch the likes, retweets, replies and blocks.

All along, they who post have their intentions and they who read have their opinions. For nearly everyone but the writer, there is a car crash effect that’s hard to deny.

And in the spirit of accidents, let’s count the top 10 reasons relationship problems don’t belong on social media.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/divorced-moms/dont-post-problems-on-social-media_b_7131552.html?utm_hp_ref=divorce&ir=Divorce

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