This past week in Family Relations we talked about boundaries in a relationship and staying as far away as possible from "the line." I think this is an extremely important topic to discuss and understand because it seems like the line is getting between a lot of couples these days, Especially with technologies, such as texting and facebook.
I think these things are very dangerous to do when you are married. I agree that married couples should combine facebook accounts, not because of a lack of trust, but because it's a good way to distance yourself from the line, and any temptations that could come up, even if it wasn't your intention. Texting is also a thing that should stop once you are married or in a serious relationship. It's important to realize that just because you may have a strong marriage, or you feel like nothing could ever go wrong between you and your significant other, they can. However, by communicating and respecting each other's concerns issues like these can be prevented.