Let’s keep it on the low!

I just can't understand why some people feel the need to put their business all out there, no one needs to see your PDA (public display of affection). It is somewhat like placing a jinx on your relationship by revealing too much to the public as well, cause then everybody starts talking about it, and later on you might end the relationship. 

It’s nice to want to show the world how in love you are, and how proud you are to be with the one you’re with, but think about it, seriously, doesn’t the affection make you seem like you’re trying too hard to show the world you’re all lovey dovey? In my opinion, it does. You might want to save some intimacy between just the two of you. Keep people guessing, and making crazy assumptions. Note: no one wants to see you sucking face while they’re trying to enjoy a meal in a restaurant, or you rolling around in the park while they’re having a family outing. That’s not cool!

I’ve seen so many entertainers put their business out there and often at times doesn’t work out well. They do reality shows about their marriage, and it places some sort of strain on it. There are also some entertainers who let the world know who they’re dating every single time they get into a relationship, no matter how many times they change their partner. If I were them, I’d keep that s**t a secret. Seems like they’re cursing themselves.

Why is it that many couples feel the need to advertise their relationship on social networks like twitter and facebook? It’s like you always see some inappropriate and obviously too much information being revealed about what they’re gonna do to each other when they get home, and how they miss doing this and that in the bedroom and in order abnormal places. Really people? Keep that stuff on the low. Do not wash your laundry in public!

This is all in my opinion, what do ya’ll think?

About Kai Morgan @embraceyoumag (1795 Articles)
Creative chick with an open mind and an open heart :)

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