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The Hidden Meaning Behind Couples Who Constantly Post About Each Other On Social Media

The Hidden Meaning Behind Couples Who Constantly Post About Each Other On Social Media
Updated 3 months ago

We all know at least one couple who flood their social media with photos — of each other, of themselves together, of their dates, of their food on dates, hashtagging #couplegoals and #togetherforever. The Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin published a study back in 2014, which HuffPost revived on Monday. The study makes a strong case that people who post constantly on social media about their significant other may not feel secure in their relationship.

HuffPost reports:

The researchers hypothesized that attachment styles ― how we emotionally bond and attach to others in our adult lives ― underlie relationship visibility and our desire to post.

The original study said:

On a daily basis, when people felt more insecure about their partner’s feelings, they tended to make their relationships visible.

The article led some people to rethink their social media use when it came to their partner:

Others were in total agreement with the findings:

Meanwhile, a couple of people had reservations about the study:

Yet there were people who felt couples have to walk a tightrope on social media: