did you hear the story about the woman who found out through facebook that not only had her husband cheated on her, but he was about to marry another woman who lived in another
then the wife sat back and watched all the wedding plans unfold online so that she could prepare her divorce case.
now her husband, the cheating fool that he is, isn’t the one who posted over 200 pictures of his wedding that happened at disney world (they
had a sleeping beauty-themed wedding – gasp!), but someone who attended the
wedding did and the poor wife saw them all. i mean, can you imagine?
don’t hate the player, hate social media, eh?
of course there are probably tens of thousands of stories just like this woman’s. sites like facebook, twitter, myspace, tumblr and other
popular social networking sites are making it not only easier for cheaters to
meet new people to do their do, but it’s making it a lot easier for them to
caught. especially the super sloppy ones who forget the lies they’ve told their
significant other and then turn around and post the truth as a status update. in fact,
divorce lawyers all around are using facebook to collect evidence and i read
recently that as many has 30% of today’s divorce suits mention facebook.
it's a whole new game in the life of a relationship.
so dang, what’s a person in love to do in 2010? do you wholehearted trust that your mate is on the up and up and hope that shit doesn't hit the virtual fan?
or do you do as angela burt-murray, editor-in-chief of essence magazine,
mentioned on the steve harvey morning show this week and have your mate share
all of their online passcodes with you?
i want to hear from you!