My first book, Couple Friends, was just published, and I am also a copywriter, social media strategist, and event correspondent for hire. I love interacting with readers and share about the topics related to my books here, like love, marriage, friendship, identity and happiness.
So Cosmo wrote an article about the most annoying Facebook statuses, and while pretty hilarious, it got my friend and I talking about the issue. Is it wrong that people mostly use facebook to report only the good stuff? I know I don't eagerly write about my horrendous days. Are we creating a false persona that only good things happen in our lives? I don't think so. I think it's rude if someone is always lamenting about how awful their lives are so that others feel sorry for them. What a downer! I go on facebook to laugh and see what fun things people are up to, not be a digital shoulder to cry on. What do you think?