When it come's to relationships many of them end because of the lack of communication and/or trust issues. When it comes to disputing an argument there are three sides to every story: what he said, what she said and the truth.
Over the past 5 years or so I have witnessed countless relationships fail because of social networks. I'm definitely not going to act brand new and say I haven't looked at my significant other's page just to play India the Investigator. Looking who tagged him in what picture, who this girl writing on his wall is or why he keeps tweeting this chick. But instead of playing investigator it's easier and saves more time if your just honest and simply ask.
My brother told me he and his girlfriend got in an argument and she deleted him from her facebook friends list (petty). They eventually made amends and he said he refused to add her back. Not because he's hiding something from her but because she didn't have a valid to delete him in the first place. I recently made a promise with myself that if I like someone I WOULD NOT follow them on twitter. Twitter can make someone that you like come off very lame, annoying, arrogant or ignorant. So if I like you no we will not be friends. Been there done that.
For throwback Thursday I stumbled across the video, Be Careful by Sparkle and R.Kelly. I think this video does a great job depicting a relationship. Most relationships end because of these exact issues.
What are some reasons you may have ended a relationship? And what are some things you would do differently?