Solomon Buchi, a well-known life coach, has advised people getting married in this “hyper digital era” to make sure their spouse is not swayed by what people post on Twitter or Instagram.
Buchi posted using his X handle.
If marriage is necessary in this highly digital age, choose a partner who is unaffected by what happens on Twitter and Instagram.
It’s intentional that I emphasize this.
What if you were to marry someone who would only ever see you through the prism of what your evil internet in-laws say? Greetings, Omo.
We’ve never argued over comments made about us on Twitter by others, my wife and I. Negative remarks, misrepresentations, and malicious storylines have never led to a fight. Nevermind. She and I have never reacted angrily to comments made on the internet. And I’m appreciative. However, on sometimes I consider marriages in which partners take remarks made on social media seriously.
Once more, marry someone with moral principles since people on social media may be such cruel people.