How amazing their child is? And how excited they are about getting engaged / married / a new job?
Well, new ANTI-social website Pencourage - with the tagline One day we hope your life is as wonderful as you pretend it is on Facebook - might just be the new place for you.
Launched just a few weeks ago, it already has over 2,200 members and is a new diary-style social media journal that encourages women to tell the truth about their lives.
Completely anonymously, you can sign up and tell all about the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of what happens to you.
In a backlash against the perfect lives people portray on the internet, this site encourages you to come clean about hating your job, considering cheating and even preferring one child to the other.
Dr Michael Sinclair, Clinical Director at City Psychology Group, said: "The popularity of this new social media site is not surprising at all. We work very hard presenting ourselves to the world online, pretending and attempting to be happy all the time which is exhausting and ultimately unfulfilling.
"Omitting the less desirable imperfections of our lives from the conversation with our 'friends' online leads to less opportunity to feel empathised with - resulting in a greater sense of disconnection from others."
So far, one woman admitted: "I know I betrayed him by sexting another man. I should feel terrible. I don't."
And another said: "I know there is nothing between them. This however didn't stop me from taking a leak in her shampoo bottle and shaking it up. I can't help but feel a little gleeful that every time she takes a shower, I p*ss on her head."
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