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Philippines
June 18, 2010 7:58am CST
Do you believe that facebook can ruined your relationship?
11 responses
@awapak (1277)
• Pakistan
18 Jun 10
Yes,it has already spoiled relationships with one of my relatives.This site is spreading evils in this world,therefore I have already canceled its membership.
• Philippines
19 Jun 10
yes i agree i'm about to do that
@awapak (1277)
• Pakistan
20 Jun 10
That's good.We should not support evils........Thanks.
@awapak (1277)
• Pakistan
25 Jul 10
Yes,according to a recent news in a newspaper,a survey has been conducted in USA where about five thousand lawyers have confirmed that 20 % divorces/separations are due to Facebook.......So beware of it and save your marriages....
@iamneon1 (27)
• United States
28 Jun 10
I believe that any site on the internet can ruin a relationship. It just depends on how you use the site, and just by being on the internet and not being with your spouse or sig. other can ruin a relationship bc you are devoted to your computer and not your relationship. I have been on the end where being on the computer and faebook and other sites too much did ruin it.
• United States
19 Jun 10
Me personally No i do not believe that facebook will ruin your life.It is a social networking of friends wherein you can contact and kkep in touch with your friends,you need a friends no man is an island.We need someone else in order to grwo and learn something in this world. Ok? So enjoy your facebook and enjoy life.
• Romania
19 Jun 10
well in my relationship ther was a little conflict becouse she wrote on hear profile that she was single and whie are so many comments frome a boy on your photos and stuff like that but i just look the other way eventualy, i dident what to start a conflict between us, and since then she never used shes facebook any more only for playing cafe world :)). but my answer is yes it could ruined your relationship
@meemingNEW (2228)
• Philippines
19 Jun 10
It depends on how a person in a relationship uses social sites such as facebook as an activity to communicate with other people. But it is very possible that facebook can ruin a relationship. I need not to explain further why because it is just like explaining how a game such as DOTA can ruin or stain a relationship.
@Metatronik (5911)
• Pasay, Philippines
19 Jun 10
If a person is turning his world because of facebook then it will really ruined the relationship, not only that but of course it will ruin everything like the responsibilities in daily lives.
• United States
19 Jun 10
I think it alldepends on how much stock you put into what people say online. If you have friends on there that you have known for a long time then it just might because this is the way a lot of people are communicating and connecting these days so it just depends on how much stock you put in it. I think if you are careful in what you say then you should be okay
@MizzLadyB08 (1175)
• United States
18 Jun 10
I do not know how many times I have heard this question, but I always say it is how far a person takes it on Facebook. It is okay to have a Facebook page when in a relationship, but if your mate can not trust you then that is their problem. No one should let a social network site be the fall in there relationship.
@grkelly (1216)
• Malta
18 Jun 10
It depends. It could, because if the person likes to add friends who were past lovers, or for whom one had a crush for or flirted with in the past, then there is a bit of danger to start contacting them. Chatting and wall posting and comments may eventually lead to more intimacy by meeting in person, and if the person is married or in a relationship with someone else it is not healthy to go through such fantasies and intimacies. It depends on the responsibility of the individual ultimately.
• India
18 Jun 10
Depends on how we use such social networking site. Some people's relationship are strengthened through such sites whereas some people get damaged due to misuse of such site or rather ignorance of how to use it for good purpose. I have many friends and I have not ruined my friendship with anyone there; rather I have been able to get in touch with them in a more frequent manner.