15. INAPPROPRIATEPHOTOS IN BED
“It’s the baffling image that circulates social media time and timeagain – the girl pulling the sheet up to cover herself while her bloke liesthere grinning, smugly, Scarlett says. “Do you want us to congratulate you? Askyou how it was? It’s like inviting 950 acquaintances into your bedroom afteryou’ve just done it for a high five.” This is just a definite no on so manylevels, she adds.
16. SEXLIFE“The abundance of or lack thereof and anything in between is notappropriate fodder for social media. Sex for most couples is a place ofintimacy, security and trust,” Love & Relationship coach Jessica ElizabethOpert, says. “Once we place that in the public realm, we lose the privacy thatintimacy requires to exist. Beyond that, social media is a very open source forcompanies to do research on job candidates, posting this type of highlypersonal information can end up in prospective employer’s hands.”