I will be the first to admit that I’m enjoying this social media explosion. I love connecting, communicating, and interacting with other people, regular people living regular lives with differing cares and worries and responsibilities. It’s exciting, too, to connect with “celebrities” in a manner that was unheard of just a few years ago. Engaging with the “rich and famous” is at an unprecedented apex, which is both good and bad (mostly bad). But, as with anything remotely “good,” there are countless pitfalls that follow the use of any social media platform. While information and knowledge have never been so easily and quickly accessible, likewise, never has infidelity and temptation been so casually found. With just a few taps, the caring, loving husband can swiftly be caught up in a web of lust and lies. It’s far too easy to fall.