We live in a time of “over-sharing.” Yet, in the wake of many celebrities and high profile business men and women getting busted for something they’ve said on social media, we’ve comprised this simple list of when to stay off of social media. Because, ladies and gentlemen, despite what you’ve heard, everything digital can be reproduced (even if it’s deleted). Take a look:
7. When You’re Angry or Upset
Just like when you’re in an argument with someone while heated, you may say things that you really regret. And while in the real world you can forgive and forget, everything digital
6. When You Want To Tell The Whole Story, But Can’t
There’s few things in social media more annoying that when someone creates a post that is vague yet emotional. It’s like someone tells you something
5. When You’re Lonely
Some may not agree with this, but when you’re lonely and you post it on social media, everyone may not feel like giving you the “warm & fuzzy” feeling that you need at that moment. It’s those not-so-good responses to your lonely posts that may take you deeper into depression.
4. When You’re In The Middle Of A Breakup
You’re in a relationship, then you’re not. Your relationship status keeps changing like Samuel L. Jackson’s wigs in movies. People don’t want to see that, let alone be bothered with it. If you’re in the middle of a breakup or rough patch in your relationship, keep it to yourself. If it’s open to the public, it gives the public the opportunity to swoop in and make the real relationship worse.