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A Facebook Marriage (Keep the Smile On Or Else)

19 Responses

  1. Bowrag says:

    Great post! Facebook is a double edged sword. I have kind of drifted away from facebook since the divorce. Too many mutual friends, etc… Losing interest in updating the world in my adventures. Not sure if I will ever really return.

  2. Matt says:

    Insightful, as always.

    People wear masks. And it’s really hard to take them off even when the cat’s out of the bag. But you can’t heal until you do.

  3. Blue290 says:

    This is why I blog….

  4. Great post and absolutely great photo of a cat!

  5. Great silly cat picture 🙂

  6. Misty K says:

    Great post!! Could not have come at a better time in my life. You have taken everything I have felt the past few months and put them into words. Something I have struggled with and still struggle with.

  7. Misty K says:

    Reblogged this on Ramblings of an Oklahoma Girl and commented:
    So incredibly accurate.

  8. Eilene says:

    Yes, I love the cat too. But you’ve stated exactly how I feel about FB. I’m on there, but don’t post a lot because it feels fake. The most I’ve posted recently is pictures of my pretty pug.

  9. annieemmy says:

    Yes, yes, yes.

  10. Yes!!!! Very well put!
    I am all for not using Facebook to air dirty laundry; but feeding a facade also not cool.. It’s ok not to be ok; especially if a relationship is failing.
    Good article, thank you.

  11. Reblogged this on mama crossroads and commented:
    I couldn’t have said it better myself … so I won’t. Go read it yourself! 🙂

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