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Is deleting them a bad thing (because it seems to be guided by fear) or is keeping them a bad thing (because doing so would be guided by the blinding fun/excitement/emotions of the possibility of a new relationship?
) –Valerie Dear Valerie, If my wife thinks that spending 90 minutes doing her hair and makeup is an efficient use of her time, should YOU spend 90 minutes doing your hair and makeup? They won’t hook up with a guy because he may not want to commit.
If your date requests your friendship, rather than leaving him hanging for days until you’re ready, add him to your high privacy list.
On this list he will only see images and updates that you post and you can even tighten these settings further if you’d like.
Checking your phone on a first date is nearly universally unacceptable, while those in the younger age sets believe Facebook friending is entirely appropriate.
Finally, married folks seem most wary of digital intimacy — tell us why in the comments.
Suddenly you're not just waiting on a call, you’re also half-expecting a Facebook message or a Snapchat.
You will be relieved to find that teens are sexting less than the college crowd (well, slightly less).It sucked and I never wanted to have to do that again.After that, I decided that I will never be Facebook friends with someone I’m dating…at least until after we’re in a committed, exclusive relationship. And I also delete every email as I receive it (after responding to the message, of course! I don’t know if this is a good idea or if I’m just setting myself up for failure by being such a pessimist…because I’m deleting the messages NOW so that I won’t have to delete them LATER (i.e., after we inevitably STOP seeing each other).THIS MONTH: “Should you friend someone on Facebook before the first date? Our experts overwhelmingly agree that friending someone on Facebook before your first date is a big No No!It creates awkwardness, removes the mystique of exposing information at a natural pace, and exposes old photos you don’t care to share.