Wednesday, December 22, 2010


It's 9 pm and I should be packing since I'm driving to Texas tomorrow...but I just heard the most disturbing statistic on the radio, courtesy of John Tesh, and I felt compelled to share it with you.

Apparently, a recent study showed that TWENTY PERCENT of divorces today involve Facebook in one way or another. Private messages and pictures uploaded to Facebook are being used in more and more divorce cases as evidence of infidelity.

Staggering, no? According to John (and if John Tesh says it on the radio, it must be true) Facebook can be dangerous to a marriage because it facilitates reunions between old flames, often leading to a rekindling, and in some cases, an affair.

So what lesson can we take away from all this?

Hide your kids, hide your wife, and hide your exes from your news feed.

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