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Hi everyone, you are on Relationship Matters Blog. Our today’s issue is about how to solve the problem with Facebook or other social networks and even simply the internet at home. More than ever before, social network follow us everywhere we go. We facebook, hi5, or tweet at work, at our break time, and even at home whether on computer or mobile phones. However, the facebook-mania doesn’t always serve our interest espacially when we get back home after a long day of we’ve been away from the love one(s) and we get home and all we think about is to go login on facebook. Watch the video and read the tips I have for you.
For one or another, that can be very irritating but here is how you can actually handle the situation at everyone benefit:
- Do not make facebook a priority when you get back home after work. Please don’t get me wrong here. I do love facebooking as well but I know if when I get back home I rush to facebook my love will turn upside down and be upset, which is not what I want. So what I do, I make sure I first give my love one (s) genuine interests asking about the day, work, friends, helping at fixing the diner, doing the dishes, and relaxing. Those small but very significant marks of attentions we all as human natures are expecting from loved ones.
- Make facebook be a “together fun”: In other words you must sell the value of your facebook and make your significant other buy the idea he/she can have fun facebooking with you. One of the reason your love one(s) might hate to see you facebooking is because you don’t associate them to that pleasure of yours so they feel put aside and they don’t love watching from the sideline. Do you have common friends? Well about telling the loved one(s): hey! Let’s facebook together to see what our friends are up to?
- Be discipline: this key is more about your time management. Single people or people living alone have more reason to be facebooking all night long, theyhave no one next to them. Once we have someone by our side then we need to set a time when to go facebook and also how long we’re gonna facebook. This is nothing else than a mark of love and interest we give to the person next to us and they will appreciate it. To some point, I would even say you do not need to bring facebook home everyday, you can do it on week-ends if it’s not one of your business maketing tool.
So far those are keys I know for sure will get you out of trouble if facebook and other social network site or even simply internet is an issue at home with your love one(s)
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