Here are seven truths we've learned about social media and relationships as well as from people who have found themselves in bad situations.
We hope these "truths" will help you avoid heartaches and create meaningful and positive relationships: Truth 1: Social media sites are not dating sites.
And it appears people are becoming more varied in their approach to seeking out a potential partner, using every online opportunity to set hearts aflutter.
My Space popularised network dating and the bombardment of unattached people with "lovely single guys and girls" on Facebook has helped it to grow.
Back in 2011, Robin had joined Instagram to find and follow interesting people and soon began following Matt, an avid cyclist who documented his bike rides.
We have heard many personal horror stories of built-up expectations that were never realized. Why do you think a lot of hit songs, books and movies are about love?
People long to be loved and long for the day of finding that one special person they can't live without.
We are both active on a ton of social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linked In to name a few. In fact, we actually first met and grew our relationship on Twitter and Facebook.
We are grateful for social media because if it was not for Twitter, we never would have met.