Well, it didn't go as bad as I thought it would. A few arguments with my mom. She embarrassed me a few times in front of my husband. Thankfully, nothing too damaging. I wasn't 100 percent happy with the way he was. The thing I have learned in my 22 years of life is that it is really sad how sometimes you can't trust anybody. Not a husband, not family, not friends, and not even parents. A good majority of people in this world are just extremely insensitive. All the same, at least I seen more of the world and the trip was somewhat of a success. I got back here yesterday. I had an amazing flight. The first time I ever slept on a flight and I felt amazing. Fast forward to home. I know it is soooo childish to let FB get in the way of my relationship, but honestly. My husband had posted pics from the trip to his profile, but then I discovered that he set the album to private. I was beyond hurt. Feeling that he is ashamed of me. He tried to say that he only set it to private, so I can pick and choose the pics I want to keep up before he set it to public, but I don't really believe his story. Then. his family always "likes" his pics when they are of him alone, but whenever he posts pics with me they never give "likes". I try to discuss this with him, but he gets annoyed at my sensitivity. I deactivated my old FB for him and now we just add pics to his and I have his password too, but I miss my old FB where my family and friends actually commented and always loved my pics and always made me feel like a princess. Sorry, I know this rant must sound too childish, but social networking is a big part of our society now and I wish they would give my pics the same attention that they give his brother's girlfriend's pics. Or maybe they will never like me as much as her because she is of their same culture.