Why You Should Unfriend Your Spouse on Facebook…

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DALLAS -- First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes... Facebook? Or is it, first comes Facebook? According to The Daily Mail, some pros are debating if Facebook even needs to be part of the equation once you’re married.

“I think we talked for a little bit, and then he added me on Facebook, right?” Adie Saballos said alongside Angel Santian.

“We started dating in college, so we were friends on Facebook in college, so we’ve been friends ever since,” Hannah Scott mentioned about her spouse.

A therapist in New York is actually encouraging folks to unfriend their spouse on Facebook.

“Creep all on their old pictures and stuff, that’s what I did,” Saballos laughed.

Apparently, unfriending your "suga" might put the "spice" back into things, cut down on miscommunication and can increase face-to-face time.

“I don’t think it’s true, I mean we don’t post a lot on social media, and when we do, we’re together,” Saballos said.

Therapists say it could also add to the mystery between you and your honey.

“If you have a relationship that’s built on trust in the beginning, you’ve got nothing to worry about. There’s nothing to hide. I had to learn that the hard way,” Eddie Murphy said.  “Voyeurism at it’s best.  But if you have a good relationship, what’s the problem?”

“I guess I really don’t have a problem with it. I’m friends with my spouse on Facebook. I mean, there’s nothing shady going on,” Scott laughed.

“There has to be that mutual respect," Saballos added. "So, if you’re not going to add them, don’t be mean about the stuff they do when they’re not posting stuff."