Most of us have been through a significant break up within our lives and in today’s society , breakups are seen as a race. We race to see who will move on first and there’s always a competition on social media to see who will be the “pettiest”. I personally love the couples that post faithfully about their relationship every week. They never miss a WCW or a MCM post. They are committed to posting their fancy dinner dates and basic relationship memes that remind us that we are missing out on their picture perfect union and love. Then all of a sudden, the posts stop! That’s when I know that things have hit the fan, and the posts about how they’re finding themselves and how they will patiently wait for the “right one” begin. This is the turning point, where I know the plot will thicken and social media pettiness will be at an all time high. So I brace myself….Celebrities aren’t the only people that enjoy putting their business on social media for the world to see.
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4. Takes Too Much Energy
Being petty on social media honestly takes way too much energy. Instead of coming up with clever sub tweets and Instagram posts to expose your ex and ultimately demolish their character; you could be focusing on your own life. Sure it may be satisfying, but so is experiencing the freedom of not having a care in the world. Direct your energy into the things that truly matter in your life.
5. Let’s Everyone Know that You are Invested in Old Baggage.
You never want to move on too quickly from a break up. It is important to give yourself necessary time to heal and to sometimes discover what you truly desire from your partner. However, let’s just say your potential husband or wife has been stalking your page for months but, never said anything because they wanted to respect your relationship. What if now, they have visited your social media to see that you are being petty against your ex and obviously showing that you are still invested in your old baggage. At that point, they are most likely going to keep scrolling past your unwanted drama and not look back. You played yourself.
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