We have posted blogs on this topic before. It is worth another mention because of the rise in the number of divorces started as a direct result of issues that have arisen involving social media.
There are so many social media sites and they are like small windows into your life that are available for all to see.
The best advice is not to post anything on any social media site with out considering whether, if it went "live", you would have any regrets about anyone you know reading it.
Facebook and Twitter have become a significant threat to marriage – with social media now a factor in an increasing number of divorce cases, say lawyers. One in seven married individuals have considered divorce because of their spouse’s postings of Facebook or other online sites, according to research. A similar proportion admit that they search online for evidence of their partner’s infidelity, while nearly one in five say they have daily rows because of the way their husband or wife uses social media.