Shamita Shetty & Raqesh Bapat dismiss break-up rumours: Why do we have to prove our love on social media?

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Ask for privacy violations

By not keeping your moments private and posting everything on social media, you are effectively asking people to come out and violate your boundaries and privacy. They can comment on every aspect of the photo and it is a field day. Taking Shamita and Rakesh as perfect examples, when the couple came out of the house of Bigg Boss 15, fans blessed them, posted nice messages and emojis but the one who didn’t pay attention to them said nasty things, asked them if it would last. Whether and not

Giving others a chance to comment

In continuation of the above point, the moment someone realizes what he / she is wearing, your physical appearance, your career graph, etc. and even comments about your past relationship, the story of the comment continues. One way you are looking for legitimacy from unknown people. Following the example of Shamita and Rakesh, the two were blessed by the fans and the pictures and relays they admired for their love, but the moment they went silent with the post to enjoy their lives, people realized that they were separated!

Shows insecurity

Sometimes, the need for legitimacy comes as insecurity and it can also be assumed that you are lonely and unhappy. If the post is out of pleasure, it is taken as a display. Social media has become an unknown source of inspiration and legitimacy. If you are truly happy with your relationship, and you are safe with your partner, you will not post and your strangers do not need to tell you how great or bad you are.

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