Yes. You’re reading too much into this. Facebook is not reality. Things that happen on social networking sites are not real life. They are fun little alternate universes built to attract digital masses so that they can connect, and so that advertising can be sold to them. Facebook is fun; getting upset over it means you need to get out more.
I place little to no value on the things said or not said publicly on sites like Facebook. That he lists you in his relationship status is, in my view, above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to his Facebook responsibility. Relationship statuses are increasingly the province of teens — a couple Facebook breakups teaches most adults that relationship statuses are more pain than they are worth.
I know you don’t want to think of yourself as high maintenance. You’re a strong, independent woman.
A regular Xena, Warrior Princess.
Read more into your actual boyfriends actions and words, not his virtual actions and words.