To note: I'm happily married, but do not tell my DH how sweet and awesome and how much I just oh so love him EVERY.SINGLE.DAY on a social networking site, I say it to him and show it daily. I don't post depressing posts about how bad my life is because I actively work to change a situation I find unhappy.
Agreed. I don't care how much you feel the need to gush over your S/O. Send him a private message. He's the one who needs to hear it, not me. Now, I don't mind the occasional brag like, "I came home to my favorite dinner on the table, a clean house, and candles. XYZ is such a great husband/boyfriend/whatever." That's lovely and something like that FROM TIME TO TIME is nice.
That summed it perfectly. I understand there are cases where this is sweet and looked upon with awe but there is a such thing as too much. A relationship is between two, not all of your friends on facebook and some. The sweet posts are okay once in a while, but everyday, and you're just annoying and look insecure. As for the depressing posts, it takes as much will to decide hey I'm going to post on Facebook how much I hate my life as it does to change your life.