If I wanted to witness family drama, unwanted pregnancy, lovers quarrels and awkward situations, I’d sit in front of my TV for a marathon of Teen Mom and Jersey Shore.
I’ve noticed a lot of my Facebook friends like to put absolutely everything about their personal life online. There’s a time and a place to talk about your issues – Facebook is not the right outlet.
First of all, every single one of your friends can see what you post. And, if your privacy settings aren’t super restrictive, sometimes friends of friends can see your statuses and wall posts. Do you really want Jim from your office or Pam from down the street to know that uncle Joe and aunt Trish are fighting and you can’t get your ex husband to pay for your unwanted child? Eeesh.
Not only is it awkward for your Facebook friends to see all this, it can actually cause more drama.
So seriously. Keep the drama off Facebook. Sure, I enjoy sitting back and seeing a good verbal spat, but honestly, I spend more time judging than enjoying.
And for all you adults out there, you should know better. I’m 19 years old and I know what’s up.
Drama on Facebook = Immature.
Just remember that.