A woman is upset after her partner, with whom she has been in a relationship since 2014, refused to accept her friend request on Facebook
Social media is known to create friction in relationships with all the dilemmas it presents.
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However, one woman has shared her frustration at her partner’s refusal to accept her as a friend Facebook.
While this would be more understandable if the couple had been together for a few weeks or months, she revealed that she and her partner have been together since 2014.
Assume mom net When asked if she was being unreasonable, the anonymous woman explained that the two bought a house together and even have two teenage children.
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The post reads: “We are both in our 50s and I have two teenage children who live with us. It’s been a difficult time for us for various reasons, but we’re working on it and it feels like it’s moving in the right direction.”
She later clarified that the “difficult time” was due to his behavior.
The post continued, “However, he removed me on Facebook last year and although I asked him to add me again, he said he won’t do it.
“I find this annoying and he knows it, he said he is a private individual and doesn’t want others to know about his business. He is active on FB. Anyway, it bothers me and I’d love to hear what other people think.”
Many have already responded to the post and shared their thoughts on its denial and secrecy.
One response read: “You guys live together so it’s ridiculous to say he doesn’t want people to know anything about his business, presumably the fact that you guys are a couple. I would call that shady behavior.”
Another wrote: “People wouldn’t need to know his business if he added you. That’s a really weird excuse. Whatever his reasoning, he is hiding something from you and he is hiding you from something.”
Someone else said: “A partner whose behavior has caused problems, who is happy with many Facebook friends but not with their partner because they don’t want ‘people’ to know that their company is not a good partner. If he doesn’t want the woman he lives with to know about his Facebook business, I would move on.”
“That’s a HUGE red flag! Honestly all this is screaming at me that he wants to ‘appear’ single, that can’t be good,” warned a fourth.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/sex-relationships/relationships/woman-warned-huge-red-flag-26813912 Woman warned of 'huge warning message' as her partner of eight deleted her from Facebook