Facebook and fidelity

Since Facebook has become so popular, many people have come to use it to seek out old friends, lost loves and old schoolmates. I know so many people that have re-connected with old boyfriends or girlfriends. They seek them out, check out their pictures and then decide if they want to “friend” them on Facebook. Many married people do this also, and their temptation to cheat has grown by the easy way we can contact potential flings. It happens so often that many church congregations have suggested to their church goers that they refrain from participating on Facebook. Approximately 50 percent of married women and 60 percent of married men will have an extramarital affair at some time in their marriage. There seems to be a direct connection to cheating and Facebook in this country. Facebook can be a great social tool for connecting and communicating with friends and family, but is also an avenue for infidelity.


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4 Responses to Facebook and fidelity

  1. Cutiegirlbb says:

    I have met many old boyfriends and have not cheated once ever on my husband. Facebook is what YOU make of it.

  2. louie98870 says:

    Facebook is the best way to score these days. before my high school reunion I friended all my old girlfriends and have hooked up with a few of them since.some are married and some are not.

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