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Do men and women communicate differently on social media?
It's no secret that men and women communicate differently. 

Typically, women are more open about their thoughts and feelings while men are usually more reserved. 

So if you are a woman trying to dig deeper into your significant other's brain, a new study says it might be a good idea to turn to his social media pages.

It's been said that men have trouble sharing their thoughts and feelings out loud.  But turns out they may not have this same hesitation online.

A study by the Pew Research Center found that women and men both participate in sharing over social media to nearly the same amount: 71 percent of women and 62 percent of men.

But that sharing takes different routes when taken off line.

Time Magazine talked to the experts who said that while women are comfortable sharing feelings face to face, men are less likely to.

One psychologist said this may be because sharing digitally is a less threatening form of communication, it gives an illusion of security for those who may feel vulnerable sharing their thoughts face to face.

And, according to Pew's study 74 percent of couples say the internet has influenced their relationship in a good way. So perhaps all of our social media sharing is not a bad thing after all?
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