Do not make your phone your world

21 Jun, 2019 - 00:06 0 Views
Do not make your phone your world


Nhlalwenhle Ncube

A real woman knows that her private life is not for public consumption!

Unfortunately there are women who seem to be taking their phones everywhere so that they can be able to be posting updates of everything they are doing. They need so much attention and one wonders what they are achieving by so doing. 

When people get to know what you are up to then what? If you are in love or being loved, you are telling the world to do what? You are given food, instead of eating you take pictures, do you think you are the only person who has food on your table?

Making your privacy the centre of your personal world is important and always know that people can’t ruin what they don’t know. Keeping your personal life away from the centre of the world is another great way to make it last and away from uncandid rumours which can be a threat to your peace of mind. I have noticed that most of these women whom “privacy” does not exist in their lives, are not so lucky when it comes to relationships though they always try hard to convince the world that they are “happily married”.

Your private life must not be open to the world. Just because it came to your mind at a particular time doesn’t mean you have to quickly share it on your social media platform and update about your life’s events. Your point of view over everything doesn’t need to be tweeted, take little deep information about you away from the media, that’s step by step ways of gradually learning to keep your information away from social media platforms. 

Don’t make your phone your world, do other great things which are beneficial to your life and when you do this you can easily get your mind away from sharing any personal information. By getting a little busy away from the media it can easily help keep your own information safe from the crowd.

You must sav+e some secrets for yourself. Don’t pour out all the secrets, you know in the media, don’t tweet about everything. Try as much as possible to keep a little secret for yourself and know in your heart that there should be a limit to the things you post on your media page and don’t put just anything. Set a limit to the things you share and see how you start sharing little information which won’t affect your personal life. 

By so doing you will have a peaceful life and experience real happiness, not a faked one!

Truth be told, happy couples rarely share about their lives. Those who are insecure in relationships post the most on social media. They want to convince the world that they are the super couple, but unlike their public facade, behind closed doors, they are bickering about everything and seem to be on the verge of breaking up.

Social media has evolved to become a part of our daily lives — which includes sharing too much information about relationships. The thing is, genuinely happy couples don’t have to boast about it. In fact, they hardly discuss their relationships on social media.

Those in the habit of sharing too much, may not be doing as well as they make it seem.They are convincing others to convince themselves. It is so bad that they are wasting their energy on the wrong people instead of entertaining their partners.

When two people constantly post and confess their love for each other, or share pictures of themselves doing fun and romantic activities, it’s a ploy to convince everyone else they are in a happy and healthy relationship, which is really just a way to trick themselves into thinking they are in a happy and healthy relationship.Often it’s the people who post the most who are seeking validation for their relationship from other people on social media.

The likes and comments can be so validating that when someone is really struggling, that’s where they get their up from — not the person making the gesture, but what other people will say about it. 

When you’re happy, you don’t get distracted by social media. When you are busy enjoying each other’s company genuinely, you are not going to stop just to post a status or snap a selfie except if you’ve got a mission to accomplish.

Sadly, those who like posting, it makes it easy for your partner to fix you when things go bad. He will bring your dirty linen in public to embarrass you because he already knows that you generated public interest in your private life.

Sisters, learn to keep your private life private! Send comments to [email protected]

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