Stonewalling is a serious red flag.
When your partner no longer prioritizes you — or worse, devalues you — self-doubt can start to creep in. "Constantly being put down and told that your thoughts aren’t valued can cause you to transfer these feelings into your career, family and other social settings – leaving you feeling insignificant and doubting all the abilities you were once confident in," Maria Sullivan, relationship expert and vice president of Dating.com, says. When your relationship starts negatively affecting your self-worth, maybe it's time to call it quits.
bmh67wa: Facebook isn't the problem. The real problem is the people who follow it blindly thinking that everything they read on it is true. It's up to us to do our own investigating and decide what is true and what isn't, just like how it used to be when all we had were TV and newspaper ads from politicians in the running. Society has gotten lazy in this aspect and it's why our political structure is in such a mess right now. Facebook isn't the final word for anything and I actually agree with Zuckerberg's statement saying, "“While I certainly worry about the erosion of truth, I don’t think most people want to live in a world where you can only post things that tech companies judge to be 100% true,”. It's not the job of a tech company to dictate what is right and wrong. That's what morals and being involved are supposed to do.