Open letter to married people or people in love…..

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Dear married people or those of you who have a loved one that they cherish:

This post is going to come across as a bit negative. And I have to admit that when I was married (happily or not) it didn’t cross my mind, but I wasn’t one to be overly gushy about my relationship – maybe that’s where I went wrong.

But I have begun to really notice posts by happily marrieds or just those that are happily in a relationship. Don’t get me wrong, I’m well aware that this annoyance is stemming completely out of jealousy, but I don’t want to see your photos of your wedding day posted reposted or put as your profile picture months and years after your actual wedding day. I don’t want to read inspirational quotes about what it’s like to have met your soul mate. I don’t want to hear how amazing your partner is and how lucky you are to have them.

I suppose I can’t really grumble too much as I am a believer that everyone has a write to post whatever they want on social media (within reason) and I have been a prolific poster (much to the annoyance of other people) in the past.

But please consider how your rose-tinted posts make people like me feel…. I am not in a happy relationship – or a relationship at all. Its not easy being on your own at 38, wondering if you will ever find love again.

Please reign in the smugness.


PS: I promise to revisit this post should I find love in the future and am tempted to gush all over Facebook about it.

One Thought on “Open letter to married people or people in love…..

  1. I’ve felt this same way often. I’ve been married 12 and have become less than interested in the illusive ‘marital bliss’. Even if I did feel gushy about him, I am not the type to announce it all over the place. This Valentine’s Day, I’m taking him to a Mortified stage show in L.A. for a little unromantic fun.

Please comment so I know I'm not alone out here!

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