According to Clinical Psychologist, Jeff Gere on Marlo Thomas show, social media in itself doesn't cause breakup , what happens with social media is relaxation and being idle may turn you into the devil's workshop.
Social media doesn't cause relationship breakups...here's why
Looking for dating prospects and getting involved intimately with people you hardly know about a thing about could cause an addiction to social media
Though social media is a great place to interact with people, spending too much time there when you have little or nothing going on in your life, looking for dating prospects and getting involved intimately with people you hardly know about a thing about could cause an addiction to social media.
All these can eventually lead to a breakup if you let too many people dictate how your relationship would be like because you take it to social media all the time.
Watch this short video by Dr. Gere explaining the effect of social media on breakups:
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