I don’t know if you’re addicted to social media, but if you are, it could be a real problem when it comes to starting a relationship. When it comes to connecting with someone in the moment.

I want to share a story with all of you right now about a woman I once dated. As all of you know, my private life is private, so I’m never going to tell you the name of this person. At all.

But I will tell you she was addicted to social media.

Sex or Social Media?

I remember one night in the beginning of the relationship, she came over.

We hung out, we talked, we started fooling around. Then we had one of those fantastic long sex sessions. You know, when both of you are really dialed in to pleasing one another. When both of you are really conscious of what the other person is feeling and desires.

Long kisses.

Lots of foreplay.

Finished up by some really good, hardcore, great intercourse. I love that word, intercourse. I think it’s very funny. It almost sounds like we’re on a freeway. Excuse me, do you know where the on-ramp for intercourse is?

It’s a weird thing. Who came up with intercourse? It doesn’t make any sense. Intercourse? All right, whatever. I’m drifting away from what I needed to talk about.

So, after this amazing sex session, I went to the bathroom, as most people do after sex.

I was gone maybe 40, 45 seconds. That’s it.

I got back into the bedroom expecting her to be passed out in the glow of after-sex.

But the only glow that I saw was the glow of her iPhone.

Addicted to Twitter

I looked at her and I said, “What are you doing right now? I’m curious.”

She looked at me for a split second and then went back to her screen and said, “I’m checking out my Twitter.”

I go, “Really, and how’s Twitter?”

She says, “I love Twitter.”

I looked at her and I said, “I was gone for 40 seconds, you couldn’t just lay there in the glow of great sex?”

She put her phone down and said, “No, no, the sex was great, I just love my Twitter.”

And I looked at her and I said, “You and I are not going to get along very well. You see, after sex, all I want to do is glow and bask in you and connect with you. The minute you bring other energy in here, like social media, weird thoughts take you out of the beautiful moment we just created.”

Let’s just say, the relationship didn’t work out. I don’t date social media whores.

I prefer whores in the bedroom, not whores on social media.

Anyway, check out today’s video. You’re going to be shocked when you see how many hours the average person spends per day on social media. It’s going to blow you away.