Facebook postings opening wounds

People, since the rise of technology, have created many new and improved ways of communicating.

People are constantly communicating; phone calls, texts, emails, and maybe the most popular by far, Facebook.

Everyday millions of people are updating status after status after status. Some people are just posting all their activities for the day; others exclaiming their recent happiness or disappointments. Facebook then gives one the option to share all this with the world with just the push of a few buttons.

I understand that, from one stand point, that you have the right to rant and curse on one’s own personal status. But ponder this thought, would you curse in public? Would you say those words in front of your mother? What about your grandmother? These are things I think people don’t think of when they post a status; some may not even care.

Then you have the people who just have a Facebook to see what people are posting—then complain about it.

Why have a Facebook if you’re upset with what everyone is posting?

There are a few lessons to be taken away from this seemingly new information. First of all, don’t post anything of the internet that you don’t want the whole world to see.

Second, don’t talk inappropriately; talk like you would to your mother or grandmother.

Lastly, don’t complain about peoples status, if you’re that annoyed with what is being said either block those users or delete your own Facebook, enough said.