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Did Facebook And Social Media Really Break Up Your Relationship

Has Facebook and SMS opened up new doors for infidelity? Facebook and social media are getting the blame for breaking up marriages and relationships. But is it really Facebook? I think the blame should be exclusively put on the individuals shoulders. Facebook and social media make it easier to communicate and might even expedite the process, but to put the blame on Facebook and social media is absurd. Facebook doesn’t initiate a conversation or communication, people do.  Blaming Facebook and social media for the demise of a relationship is ridiculous. You have to read “3 Reasons Spouses Commit Facebook Affairs”

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