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Social Media and Divorce: Here’s Why Facebook is NOT Your Friend!

Human beings are social creatures. We WANT to connect with each other. We want to share. Most of all, we want to know that we’re not alone – especially when we’re down and feel like life is kicking us in the teeth.

The problem is that connecting and sharing on social media while you’re going through a divorce can be one of the biggest divorce mistakes you’ll ever make.

In this excellent blog posting, Karen Covy writes why being on social media while you’re going through a divorce can hurt you.

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