Since its inception, Twitter has completely changed the way we communicate with each other. From millions of people live tweeting award shows (i.e. the BET awards), to people inserting hashtags and other Twitter lingo in conversations (#nahmean?), the social media site has revolutionized how we connect.
But is it good for relationships?
After accidentally tweeting his number to over a million followers, avid tweeter Lance Gross says that he hopes that his future wife won’t be apart of Twitter or Facebook. Why? He didn’t go into many details, but perhaps he wants to keep the details of his personal life private.
While Twitter has been the downfall of certain relationships and careers (ehem, Anthony Weiner, anyone?), it’s not the site’s fault. If people were more careful about what they shared via the web, they wouldn’t have to worry about negative things coming back to haunt them or their relationship.