In last day, I saw your blog. You gave a good message to us. I really appreciate your works and I hope we get more from you. Because you never hurts or irritate anyone through that post. I already told you, “Not now, I’ll tell you my comment later through my blog ‘. So, Its my comment for you ;
Now a days, With online dating no longer considered taboo and 65% of adults using social media sites in their daily lives. Social media has completely changed how we approach our relationships, replacing roses and candles with tagged photos and flirty status comments. Saturated with instant messaging, Facebook and Twitter, have we begun to evolve past traditional relationships? While Aristotle believed love was composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies, the romantics of 2012 would argue that real intimacy would be two souls inhabiting one conjoined Facebook account. A 2010 survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) found that four out of five lawyers reported an increasing number of divorce cases citing evidence derived from social networking sites in the past five years, with Facebook being the market leader. Two-thirds of the lawyers surveyed said that Facebook was the “primary source” of evidence in divorce proceedings, while Twitter with 5% lagged far behind.
Do not let Social Media sites break up your relationship, Use them to build your career : It is no wonder that a number of companies are taking up the use of social media sites to not only check on the background of potential new employees but also recruit applicants. The degree of interaction provides an opportunity for you to meet with the shakers and movers of the major institutions in the world. To progress in your carrier, you need to make better use of the free forum presented by social media sites. There are ample avenues that you can explore as well as use to your advantage on the social media sites. The very first avenue that you should seek to be active on is blogs. Joining social sites that allow blogging goes a long way towards building your career if it is done in a given way. Join groups that are affiliated to your line of work as well as career prospects. Follow your mentors on the various groups and get to learn of companies through becoming members of their social media sites. Remember that the groups are free to join. You are often encouraged to share your two cents in all the debates engaged in the groups. Your comments should though have a global audience in picture.
Then my advice to you avoid more time spent in social media: take the time to unplug. A relationship is not built in a Facebook message or a tweet. It is built through the time that you dedicate to one another. Now go and watch your favorite movies, take a walk, plan an adventure and begin to build your relationships on shared moments rather than shared check-ins.