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Social Media is one of the areas that is often inquired about during a reading. If you are looking at the mainstream social media and seeing people's status updates, pictures, and shares, you can begin to wonder if any of it is real!
If you have, for instance, broken up with someone and can still see their social media pages, please realize that what your ex is posting is likely to be what they want others to see, versus how they are really feeling.
Social media is one of the places where the majority of subscribers have the "fake it 'til you make it' attitude.
Women and men handle a break up differently on social media, and here are the differences (generally speaking):
Women: Women seek support, empathy, and compassion in their social media postings following or during a break up. Women are more likely to share feelings to gain connection to aide in the healing process. Women come together to move past a heartbreak, and appreciate the support that is extended. Women also post status to see if their ex is noticing what they are doing, saying, or whom they are seeing via the like feature. They are looking for an sign of hope to get back together. In essence, social media is being used to see whom is supporting them and has their backs!
Men: Men tend to play down a break up, and will post pictures of people with whom they are spending time, or they things they are doing, (i.e. go team! Going for the superbowl!) Or sharing more male oriented items. They also use social media as a place to test the waters and flirt a bit. While women do this a little, this is more of a male dominated social media mechanism. It is still somewhat taboo for women to pursue romantic partners online without looking like a stalker (Dating websites have a different set of parameters for men and women), Men will post pictures of their cars, sports teams,and family pictures (especially of their kids and animals!), They are not looking for emotional support, but rather, showing that they have moved on from their previous relationship. Men are usually the last in a pairing to want to change their status to "in a relationship."
Social media is not the place to scope out the truth. Social media is used to forward, for the most part, our own agendas!
When you read your exes status, take it under advisement that you are seeing what they wish to project, rather than necessarily sharing how they are actually doing or feeling.
Here is where social media does reflect some reality: The groups that people choose to join and participate online are a more accurate reflection of where they are in their lives. The groups reflect an active and personal interest. The groups that you find they are the most involved with, is the best way to determine how they are feeling and doing.
Please be careful when peeking in on your ex on social media, and for the sake of your friendships, refrain from asking your support circle to do so for you. Chances are, what you see will have you feeling worse in the long run, and will create a greater degree of distrust between you and your ex. If you want to retain real hope of reuniting with your ex, stay away from their social media accounts.
Thank you for spending this time together, I love you and I believe in you.
In Divine Love,