Why People Deleted You On Social Media
In this post, we'll look at some of the reasons why individuals remove others from social networking applications like Facebook and Snapchat.
To begin, it is important to note that this “removal” may have nothing to do with you. In certain instances, individuals may remove you from their friend list for reasons that have nothing to do with you.
In other words, try not to be too hard on yourself. It may not always imply that you done anything bad.
They deleted you during a “clean out” of your friend list.
They may have “cleaned out” their buddy list to include just close friends, job colleagues, and relatives. This may occur when individuals believe they have added too many people.
When I first began using Facebook, for example, I would accept friend requests from practically anybody. It didn't matter if I knew them or not.
However, as time passed and I got older, I became more conscious about my own personal privacy. Basically, I didn't like the idea of random people seeing important information about my life.
I also became less interested in the lives of individuals I'd never met in person.
Were you ever romantically involved?
If you and your partner had a “romantic connection” in the past, it is conceivable that they still have emotions for you. If this is the case, then viewing your Facebook and Snapchat posts may be stressful on their mental health.
That, or they just wanted to “shut the door on the past” and go on with their lives.
They may have been compelled to delete specific individuals by a partner.
People will keep the specifics of their connection secret. As a consequence, we often have no idea what is going on behind the scenes.
On social media, a couple's relationship may seem to be ideal. But this isn't always the case.
Is their spouse, for example, envious and possessive? Do they get into fights about who is on their buddy list?
Similarly, did this person coerce their spouse into removing specific individuals? If this is the case, they may have felt obligated to “repay the favor” and do the same thing.
What if this individual was discovered to be disloyal on social media? The ramifications of such an incident might easily result in a “review” of their buddy list.
As you can see, there are so many options here that listing them all would be difficult.
They kicked you off because you said something that irritated them.
They may have unfriended you because you wrote something they deemed insulting. That is, unless they totally disagree with your political beliefs.
Instead of getting into a heated debate over it, they chose to unfollow you on social media.
Remember that not everyone uses Facebook to discuss politics.
You make much too many posts.
People who share everything and post often may annoy others.
For example, some individuals may post numerous videos and pictures to their Instagram and Snapchat stories every day.
If you're the kind of person who shares dozens of things every day, it's probable that at least one of your friends will unfollow you.
That is just the unpleasant truth.
It's your profile, after all. You are free to upload and distribute anything you wish. Just don't expect everyone to sit and look at everything.
They first added you because they were curious about you.
This individual may have added you because they were interested in you. They were, however, too timid to “take their shot.”
As an example,
Person A adds you as a friend because they find you appealing.
Months pass and you rarely speak to one other. You may sometimes like one other's postings, but no messaging occurs.
You find yourself with a new partner or girlfriend. Or maybe they start dating someone.
Person A chooses to remove you as a consequence.
Essentially, it is their method of terminating any potential connection with you.
You make far too many complaints.
People that complain too much will be muted or unfollowed by me. I will unfollow anybody who is continually whining about politics and current events on my page.
Does this imply that I am uninterested in politics? Obviously not. It simply means that I have no desire to watch someone rehash the same arguments and sound bites.
That sort of conduct irritates me personally.
They unfriended you on social media because you were pals with their ex.
People often delete their ex's social media accounts after a split. They may also unfriend all of their ex's pals.
They're attempting to move on. However, reading your postings will bring back memories of their ex.
They are concerned that their ex may hire you to snoop on their social media accounts.
This “nuclear delete” option is much more common than you may imagine.
They got the impression that one of your postings was about them.
Consider the following example.
Sara Bloggs joins a social media fad. She shares her message on Facebook or Snapchat. This post, however, is not visible to you.
Two days later, you provide your thoughts on why you believe the social media trend in issue is “dumb.”
As a consequence, Sara believes your article is a personal assault on her.
To cut a lengthy tale short, we occasionally criticize things in general without understanding that others may see it as a personal attack on them.
They reconciled with their ex.
When a relationship ends, some individuals go on a “adding spree.” There may be many causes for this. For example, they may be attempting to make their ex-partner envious.
If this is the case, they may decide to “purge” their buddy list after their connection with their ex has been “rekindled.”
This kind of conduct, in my opinion, is more prevalent among couples who are continually breaking up and getting back together.
They removed you because they've become “serious” about someone else.
Modern dating may be perplexing. Even if they are presently “seeing” someone, individuals may occasionally talk with several people on dating apps.
I used the term “seeing” since it may refer to anything. It's the hazy pre-relationship period before things become serious.
This kind of situation usually occurs when one of them is not ready to commit to a relationship.
For example, if a lady you met on Tinder suddenly deletes you from Snapchat, it may not be your fault.
The issue here is that you know so little about her position. She is just someone with whom you have lately linked on social networking.
Maybe the man she's been “seeing” for a month or two has finally consented to a formal relationship? Or is it possible that her ex has reappeared?
It's difficult to say.
Unless you've actually gone on dates together, it's usually best if you simply let it go and move on.
You had a falling out with their buddy.
If you have a major disagreement with someone and both of you end up unfriending one other, don't be shocked if their close friends and family members also unfriend you.
Sometimes these individuals will feel compelled to remove you as well. For example, they may believe that is the “right” thing to do. Or they may feel compelled to do so.
The individual in issue just departed your company.
When a lady at our business chose to leave on poor terms, she intended to fire everyone she had worked with. We're talking about a buddy “clearing out” a group of around 30 individuals here.
The majority of these individuals had nothing to do with her departure. And the overwhelming majority of them had been on good terms with her for many years.
Nonetheless, she determined to “nuke” everyone.
Why? Who can say?
Perhaps we reminded her of the location. Perhaps she want a new start in life.
As you can see, there are a plethora of possible reasons why someone may have removed you from social media. And in many instances, it is them who are at fault, not you.
As a result, you should not presume that you are at blame. Everyone is going through a distinct phase in their lives.
It is pointless to spend too much time worrying about this individual unless you are close to them.