We live in the age of oversharing. Our faces are oftentimes stuck in our phones or glued to our computer screens and we document our lives through our Facebook pages, Twitter feeds and on our blogs. We are connected in a different way in 2015, and we relate to each other through updates, texts, pictures, and "likes." Our friends (and sometimes people we don't even know in the "real world") can watch our joys, successes, pains and triumphs in a free-flowing stream right on their personal devices, no matter where we are in the world. That can be a very beautiful thing, but there can be very negative consequences when you use the medium of Facebook to do public bitch session about private issues.
My Facebook feed is filled with all types of people who range in experiences, maturity, lifestyle, opinion, and willingness to share. For the most part, I enjoy hearing about people's lives. But there's always somebody on your list that goes a little too far. Sometimes that person can be you. Here are six things that you should never write about on Facebook and the reasons why.