overshare


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overshare

Revealing excessive amounts of personal information on a blog or social networking site.
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She plays her cards close to the vest, at a time when the world welcomes leaders who if anything overshare, but also understand how to communicate with a 24-hour, networked public.
Study Finds Older Adults More Likely to Overshare Than Younger People
You represented a fleeting, golden age of internet communication: one in which we could connect in ways we couldnt offline, but not to the point where we had to overshare with everyone.
Don't overshare on social media FROM Snapchat to Facebook, you'll be building up your friends lists at uni.
Our societal craving for privacy is the catalyst to being tracked by technology, overworked and pressured to overshare via social media.
Sometimes I overshare (pretty much like I've done here) and overexplain because I want to make sure things come out as intended.
Schumer continued to overshare the details of her former relationship by adding, "And I was like 'No, no, no, no, we're not opening fire.
Do not overshare on social media and other websites as criminals use personal information such as birthdays, addresses and phone numbers to hack into accounts;
There are so many jokes about people who overshare about their kids it's become a cringey cliche I couldn't forget that even if I tried, no matter how proud I was of my little prodigy.
I thought the burkini was a great idea for fashion swimwear, especially if you have cellulite and do not wish to overshare personal stuff to the public, like some people do on Twitter and other social media.
So when you sense you're starting to overshare, try taking a step back and letting other people talk.