By Ariell Carter-Cameron Could unfollowing your significant other on Twitter be a good thing? A survey conducted by OkCupid that showed “frequent tweeters” usually has shorter real life relationships. They polled their users and those who are active on Twitter everyday are slightly less likely to have successful relationships. Twitter, the ever-so-popular social media site, can … More Roses are red, and violets are blue. I saw your tweet, today. It’s over, and I hate you.
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By Krystyne Jones Social Media — we can’t live with it and we can’t live without it. Since its beginning stages, social media has not only changed how we interact with each other but how we function through our daily routines. From Facebook to Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram, social networks have expanded in numerous ways … More The do’s and don’ts of social media relationships