Sex chat by cell phone
• Share your username and password with one another.
• Make your spouse the topic of your Status Updates at least once a week. (DON’T) Write cutting remarks or negative statements about your spouse.
Ever since the Internet became a regular part of the human experience, cyberspace has been implicated in the break-up marriages.
Part of this is because of Internet and cell phone secrecy.
But the ultimate threat is not the latest technology … in cyberspace and real life” (“Instead of just fighting about money or how frequently to have sex, couples are also fighting about time spent on Facebook or whether it’s OK to send a text during a romantic dinner or bring a laptop on a getaway weekend,” says marriage expert Howard Markman There’s an article written on a computer web site that tells of some of the divorces going on because of Facebook and other internet “community” choices that spouses are making.
You might find it helpful to read what’s going on concerning this area of our married lives.
You can use them to connect with your spouse (where you call, text, or email each other to show you’re thinking about him or her).
The Internet has led to a dramatic increase in use of pornography.
It can become habitual, even addictive behavior and will have a negative impact on your relationship with your partner.
In addition, the Internet allows individuals to make contact with strangers and encourages inappropriate intimacy.” To read more and view some “rules” that can help couples “avoid the trauma that comes from discovering hidden relationships and porn use on the computer” please click onto the web site link to read: • INTERNET and TEXTING RULES FOR COUPLES • RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS AND FACEBOOK In another article titled, “What Every Facebooking Couple Should DO to Protect Their Marriage: • Create boundaries to protect yourself, your spouse and your marriage.
Steve and I pledged years ago and work hard to do the same. We do this to avoid the appearance of impropriety or being caught in a potential he said/she said situation.
Our marriage is too important to us and to God to do any less. We’ve heard too many stories of how an accusation (some true, some false) has tarnished a reputation or ended a career.