I know this has caused me my own woes.
I love social media, and I’m blessed to have a job that keeps me immersed in it throughout the workday (and, if I’m to be honest, sometimes in the evenings and on weekends too). It’s hard to disconnect!
I have found, though, that social media has been the cause of arguments, confrontations, issues and all around family dysfunction and I have a feeling that I’m not alone.
During the past year:
- I wrote a blog and referenced my niece, not by name mind you, and did that cause a stir. None of you would know who she was, but SHE knew it was her and didn’t like it a bit. My bad, apologized for that one.
- My son posted some information about one of his children, my grandchild, that I didn’t already know. I HATE to find out about lost teeth, or new schools, or new habits via FB.
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