Does dating ruin friendships
Ever heard of the expression TMI (too much information)?
“We live in a fast-paced society, drowning in information, and so it's become easy to rely upon social media to assess how a friend might be doing,” says Antonia Hall, a psychologist, relationship expert, and the author of .agrees, but for different reasons: "I don't think a married man should be hanging out with another girl or woman even if they are supposedly 'just friends.' He should be home with his family.Social media gives you a daily reminder of just how many friends you have and just how much they truly, madly, and deeply care about you.Ideally, they say, the members of a couple should be able to maintain individual friendships with the opposite sex, but in reality, a friendship like the one Krista's husband is developing is often a slippery slope. "I've even met up with an old school friend (male) for coffee.Friendship can lead to flirtation, and what once seemed harmless can grow and grow. Here, readers share some ground rules for a spouse's opposite-sex friendships.1. My husband trusts me completely, and I trust him."Megan R.
This kind of transparency makes everyone more comfortable.