As a former Psychology major, I was recently re-introduced to the term “voyeurism.” Voyeurism is taken from the French term “voyeur,” meaning one who looks. In clincial psychology it is “the sexual interest or practice of spying on people engaged in intimate behaviors.” It is also used in a more general, non-sexual manner to refer to someone who regularly observes others without their knowledge.
1. When an aquaintaince (aka one of your 200+ FB friends) tells you about their trip to New York or their new dog you smile sheepishly and ask him/her to tell you all about it and pretend you never saw the pictures they posted.
Turn my eyes away from wothless things; preserve my life accordng to your word. – Psalm 119:36-38