Posts Tagged by facebook
|July 28, 2013||Posted by BPSTherapy under All Topics, Dating Trends, Social Media|
Making the first move on Facebook can let the other person know you are interested in them. But, what does a good first move look like? On Facebook, first move can be a private message, a picture on someone’s wall, or even a romantic poem sent via a message.
|January 23, 2013||Posted by BPSTherapy under All Topics, Social Media|
The entire world and their mother see what you post on Facebook. With that being said, why would you post something before thinking about it? Posting on Facebook is expected – it’s a social network. But posting things without having a clue as to what you are posting is another animal entirely. There’s a little…
|October 12, 2012||Posted by BPSTherapy under All Topics, Social Media|
The 2012 vice presidential candidates debate took place on October 12, 2012. How did your Facebook feed look as it was taking place? Social networking sites (SNS) such as Facebook allow users a variety of options. Some users are blocking or unfriending their connections more and more often as the 2012 presidential elections draw near. It…
|March 31, 2012||Posted by BPSTherapy under All Topics, Dating Trends, Online Dating, Relationships, Social Media|
Are dating relationships at risk of becoming impersonal for fear that you may meet the wrong person through an app such as ‘Girls Around Me’? Should these apps come with warnings for both users and the women being stalked?
|February 16, 2012||Posted by BPSTherapy under All Topics, Marriage Trends, Relationships, Social Media|
Adoption can be a very trying time for a couple facing the challenge of infertility. Desperate to be parents, some couples find they feel disillusioned with the entire process of adopting a child of their own. Facebook however, a powerful social media tool, has been slowly changing the face of the adoption process for these…