Me and my SO both have FB. I'm pretty private so I only allow friends and family on my page and he's a total social butterfly so he pretty much adds whoever request him. I went on his page a few times and saw that they're some women on his page showing a lot of there "assets". After a while it started to bug me because we just had a baby and I feel that it's inappropriate so I asked if he knew the girls and he said no. I felt that they should be deleted and it turned into an argument so he did it out of anger and blocked me from his friends list. I was pissed because I felt like his fb is so important to him that he needs to hide who's on his page from me so he doesn't have to hear it, I mean if they're not family or friends and you just added them then it shouldn't be a problem unfriending them but to him it was such a big deal so I got upset and deleted him off my page. Im just tired of dealing with all the b.s. am I wrong? It's really bugging me that it's such a big deal to him.
Yes, that is absurd. I'm more of a social butterfly and have a lot of male friends. If any of them made my husband uncomfortable, I definitely would delete them especially if I did not know them personally.
My SO and I deleted ours months ago. We weren't having any problems but it just seemed like a waste of time. I've seen it cause a lot of unessasary stress in others relationships and it just isnt worth it. Can pople have FB and be adult about things yes but not many do. I don't really care that you've been to the gym every day this week nor do I care to see the results of tight buns. You got wasted last night and need to tell the world? Wow, that is someone I can respect, NOT! FB isnothing but people looking for attention in my opinion.
I feel your pain there sister. My husband got real big into fb right around the time I was pregs with our first & it became a REALLY BIG problem in our relationship. Unfortunately, I dont have any advice about getting him to give up his account or culling some of the inappropriate "friends" because it's still a thorn in my side