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With all of the privacy of social media, it's sometimes impossible not to think about the fact that your significant other might be inappropriately liking someone else's photos on Instagram or sending them DMs on Twitter.
Being a matchmaker for It's Just Lunch Seattle, and receiving my Master's in Counseling Psychology, I've seen first hand how social media can hurt and/or help a relationship.
The designs give a sense of the more mature vibe of Facebook Dating, which seems more purposeful for finding a serious partner than a one-night stand.
Once you opt in to activating Facebook Dating, only other people who have also turned it on will be able to see you, and it won’t be shared to News Feed.
The Internet behemoth that is social media can put a lot of extra stress on relationships these days.
When dating in today's Instagram-Facebook-Twitter-addicted world, you have to be aware of how social media can affect your relationship.
Instead it’s hoping the feature could create the meaningful relationships that make people appreciate Facebook and stick with it over the years.