Since the hack of celebrities’ private i Cloud accounts and subsequent release of once intimate photos, op-eds and reader comments have levied the burden of fault on the A-list victims themselves.
We try to look smart, witty and interesting, but the effort required to do this leaves less brain power to filter what we say and to whom.” That makes a lot of sense, I mean I’ve definitely overshared when I’ve been nervous and wanted to make a good impression. Ask yourself, is the information “need to know”, “nice to know” or “not necessary”? Here Are Some Topics To Avoid: Once you get to know each other better, different topics come up naturally as you deal with day to day life, but they don’t need to know this information in the beginning because it really does make you less desirable.
Sometimes we have a tendency to feel like we have crazy chemistry with someone and they even start oversharing, but I would encourage you to still not overshare even if the person you’re with is oversharing. Instead of putting your best foot forward, when you overshare you’re painting yourself with not so pretty colors.
Everyone wants to find their very own happily ever after.
Dates, especially first dates, should help you determine whether or not someone is a good fit for your life or if they just aren’t right for you.
Usually your life story, more often than not your past relationships, especially the ones you apparently aren’t really over, your likes, your dislikes, even (gasp) your bodily functions that don’t function properly and anything else you can over-share. But, many of us are compelled to share every single thing we’re doing and who we’re doing it with online. Reality TV allows you to see people’s lives being played out in front of your eyes.
Well, more often than not you never get that next date, you might even be ghosted and never hear from them again. Oversharing – The Ultimate Dating Fail In the digital age, we are bombarded with information, some we want, some we don’t want.
And both should be assumed private and protected accordingly.
If I undress in the bedroom of my fourth story apartment building, am I at fault because someone decides to climb a tree across the street with binoculars to get a better peek? These hackers not only climbed a tree but broke into my apartment and installed a secret camera, effectively.
If you ask the experts they would say that “oversharing often happens when we are trying subconsciously to control our own anxiety.
This effort is known as “self-regulation” and here is how it works: When having a conversation, we can use up a lot of mental energy trying to manage the other person’s impression of us. Essentially, you need to decide if this person you’re speaking with needs to know this information or even if it’s going to benefit your interaction in any way.
Are these the same people who subscribe to implied consent, the idea that unsolicited violence is justified by the height of my hemline, depth of my cleavage or blood-alcohol content?