Longterm relationship, facebook acknowledgements and relationship with parents
May 2, 2012 5:10 PM Subscribe
Hello all! I need your opinion on what you think about this. This is not directly related to me but I'm on the outside looking in.
What does it mean if someone's longterm partner they have been with for more than 20 years on and off but are not married puts up a facebook album with pics of his life including his best friend, his child (not your child), his siblings and other family members and pics of everything he is interested in but no pics of you his significant other, and you hope to get married soon.
However, he does include a pic of himself with your parents but you are not in the pic, and he refers to the description as his extended family and other pics of scenery shots you went on vacation with him with. However, he posts no pics of you and does not state that he is in a relationship with you.
Is this cause for concern when you have no problem posting pics of you both on facebook? What do you think is the significance of referring to your parents as his extended family. He was your first and only boyfriend since high school, and you were neigbours so your parents knew him through the years growing up.
What do you all think about this? Should the other party be worried?
This post was deleted for the following reason: Sorry, but the hypothetical nature of the problem here when neither of the two people central to the question is actually involved in the conversation makes it impossible for us to do anything but guess, and that effectively makes this chatfilter. If your friend has questions, maybe get her an account so she can post them here, and we can try to help. -- taz