‘My Wife Blocked Me On Facebook For My Comments’



My wife has blocked me on Facebook because she doesn’t like me commenting on her posts. She says my comments annoy her. We fight a lot about this. How do we find a resolution?
If she doesn’t like you commenting on her posts, you could try something radical, like not commenting on her posts.

I recently went out with a boy who introduced himself to me on Facebook, saying he knew a common friend of mine really well. The date was great and I had a really good time. A day or two later, I asked the common friend what she thought of him, and she said she barely knew him. She said it was strange that he would call her a good friend, and asked me to be wary of him. I messaged him to tell her what she had said, and he admitted to lying because he had no way of reaching out to me. I don’t know if anything begun with a lie like this is ever a good thing. He says I would never have gone out with him if he hadn’t mentioned this friend, which is true, but I don’t know if I can trust him to tell the truth from now on. Am I overreacting?
If you had a good time and think you would like to see him again, why not base your opinion of him on a second or third impression? Maybe he really had no other way of getting you to chat with him. If he’s a liar, you will figure it out soon enough. If this little white lie helps you find someone who genuinely cares about you, why end
it without even giving it a chance? You don’t have to date him again if you don’t want to, but if you liked spending time with him the first time, why not give it a chance to see if there’s something that can override this little hiccup?


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