The Fix: Tweeting sports commentary should be reserved for the times when you’re tuned into a game with fans doing the same thing.
If you’re watching with your girlfriend and you’re on your phone the entire time she’s going to feel ignored. Try to engage your lady by tweeting at her about the game, suggests Senning. Maybe she’ll jump on the bandwagon (if she hasn't already).
Make a genuine apology and then propose a solution.
Saying something like ‘I will never do it again,’ works great.
“Explain that your love life is something you like to keep private, which is why you’re active with your buddies on Facebook but don’t post love notes to her wall.” That reasoning should make sense to her.
The Fix: There’s no need to delete your old photos, but moving forward only post selfies that tell a story, advises Senning. Write that as your caption so it doesn’t seem like you're posting a gym selfie to just show off your muscles.
When you talk about your drinking in a very public way it doesn’t exactly send that message.
Keep photos of alcohol to a minimum and never brag about how much you’re guzzling down.
"Keeping her in the dark creates tension and can be perceived as rude." Apologize for not telling her your news firsthand, vow to never let it happen again, and follow through.Clark and I met on the Thursday before Labor Day, August 30, 2007.I don’t know exactly when we first said I love you, but the first email exchange containing the phrase, which he casually includes before signing off, is dated October 3 of that year.But if that’s not the case, you need to manage expectations or she’s going to get pissed.Saying something like "Facebook was taking over my life so I’m trying not to log on as often.
If you wouldn't do that in “real life," don’t “like” the photo, advises Senning.