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Over-sharing every little detail of our lives online is a major turn-off for a lot of guys.

Not only is it a platform for everyone to see everything that’s going on, but if we’re insisting that our SO take part in our Snapchat stories or IG posts, it can feel like he’s relinquishing his privacy, too – something he didn’t sign up for.

Hey, at least we’ll have a bit more insight as to why he ghosted or things fizzled!

We may live a lot of our lives on social media, but ideally we keep some things offline, especially if they’re more private or important to us.

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