We are a young married couple living our dreams of starting a family. Through this blog we will be talking about our life together, sharing stories and asking questions. We invite you to share your thoughts also.
So I'm asking this question with the utmost sincerity and seriousness. In this new age of social media, facebook, twitter, ect. Where do you draw the line as it relates to allowing your significant other to communicate with people of the opposite sex. Conventional wisdom says that you are supposed to unfriend all ex-girlfriends from you fb page, but some people do not think like that. Does that include someone you just had sex with but never dated? How about someone who you kind of liked but never got around to? What about the casual friend that you were just classmates with. Is it okay to respond to their post, accept or invite them to friend you, to a comment on a photo or shout out that they may have left on your page? WTF is a poke anyway... We live in a different day and age, these questions may seem silly or foolish. But I think it's a real conversation that a serious couple should have. Especially if you are active on social networks. I really would like to hear you guys thoughts on this subject. In my opinion we are becoming a nation of overly sensitive insecure people. I understand that men and women have different ways of thinking and looking at things. I agree that some things are off limits. But where is the line, what's saying or doing too much?