5 Red Flags About the Photos Your Partner Posts
Social media has transformed relationships, but not all behavior is good. Look for red flags in your partner's posts
Partner's social media and texting habits reveal emotions, priorities, and personality traits. Can uncover potential issues in relationship.
Partner's sudden influx of revealing photos could signal poor boundaries and desire for attention. Communicate feelings and set mutual boundaries.
Therapists recommend talking to a partner who is active on social media but doesn't include you in their posts as it may suggest infidelity.
Inconsistent social media behavior by a partner may indicate discomfort with public perception of the relationship or a desire to maintain a certain image.
Excessive and perfect social media posts about your relationship may indicate a need for approval and avoidance of real-life intimacy, experts say.
Address your partner's constant sharing of your relationship on social media; discuss boundaries and ask why they feel the need to share everything.
Sudden influx of selfies with a new colleague could signal emotional investment in someone else, but avoid jumping to conclusions. Talk openly.
Partner's misleading social media posts a red flag, says Wasser. Exaggerated photos hint at a need to maintain an image, regardless of reality.
Filters/editing are common, but unrealistic photos may indicate insecurities/lack of authenticity in real-life relationships - Lawless.