5 SOCIAL MEDIA HABITS THAT INSPIRE TRUST IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP

Social media has made it difficult for trust to exist in relationships. It has brought jealousy to the fore and in reality, it has made it easy for people to cheat.

However, there are some social media habits that will make it easy for trust to exist.

Below are some social media practices that will make your partner trust you more.

1. KNOWING EACH OTHER’S PASSWORDS

When you both know each other’s passwords to your social media account, it shows a high level of trust for each other, and that transparency could make it hard for distrust to step in.

2. SHARING YOUR RELATIONSHIP STATUS

Hiding your relationship status on Facebook and other social media accounts could create suspicion, but when you share your relationship status, you give your partner the impression that you aren’t looking to be with anyone else or to cheat on them. This inspires trust.

3. NOT HIDING TO USE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA

When you openly access your messages and contents on social media in front of your partner, you create that belief that you have nothing to hide, and this inspires trust.

4. NOT DELETING YOUR MESSAGES

When you are in a hurry to clear your messages on social media, you create the impression that you are hiding something. But when you don’t clear your messages, you kind of give your partner the impression that you have nothing to hide.

5. POSTING ON EACH OTHER’S FACEBOOK WALL

When you post on each other’s walls, you send a message to each other that you are willing to tell the world how much you care about each other and you are proud of what you share. This in a way will inspire trust to a certain extent.

 

Social media has made it hard for trust to exist these days, but these habits will make it easy to keep the trust going.

Jake

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