Social media and relationship angst

Twist and and All

I tweet therefore I am, with all due apologies to our man Descartes. How do you gauge your relevance these days, if not through comments on your tweets or status updates?

I’m not surprised in the least that studies have found that constant activity on FB and Twitter is re-wiring the reward centres in our brains. Because who can deny that little rush every time you log on-with the little icons blinking… Social networking has certainly hit the mother lode!

Has the line not blurred a tad? Not to be judgmental (it’s a pot-kettle situation), but the fact is, we’ve collectively lost our filters. We know that every single picture doesn’t need to go up, but it’s hard to fight that itch. After all, the world has to see what I’ve seen, where I’ve been… Read more


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