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According to a sexologist, the couples who make us cringe the most on social media might be the ones who are soon to split.

Nikki Goldstein claims those who appear the most attached and interested in promoting their relationship online are often battling insecurities or having problems with their significant other.

'Tell us a bit about your relationship - that's something they do really well.

He pokes fun at a lot of her world, but they're really playful together and I think that comes across in all of their posts.'Nikki said for any couple questioning what their social media feeds might say about their relationship, there's only two things you need to be sure of.'The questions to be asking yourself are: "Are we the same in the real world, away from our screens, and are we more concerned about how the relationship actually is, or are we more interested in how it looks online?

Pictures of the couple posted to Instagram show them posing for the camera in staged positions, and rarely appearing happy.

Sam often referred to her then-boyfriend as 'my man' or 'my babe', which Nikki claims is another bad sign.

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She told Daily Mail Australia posting online is often more about other people's reactions than sharing happy moments with one's partner.'In my job, I get to see what people post, but I also get to hear what goes on behind the scenes in those same relationships,' she explained.'But as I look through my Facebook feed, everybody seems to tell me they're so ecstatically happy.' Nikki says the trend is at its worst on Valentines Day, where people want to flaunt the gifts given to them or gestures made by their significant others.

'Often it's the people who post the most who are seeking validation for their relationship from other people on social media,' she said.

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