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Upgrading Communication with Technology?

Our relationship with technology is an interesting case study. In theory, as technology advances, society improves because tasks take less time and effort. That saved free time and energy can go to use on other things.

There are conflicting viewpoints in this regard. The first is that technology is replacing the value and satisfaction of hard work, which makes a solid case. The counterpoint is that things don’t have to be back-breaking or difficult all the time. The idea of work evolves as our society changes. The paste is out of the tube, and there’s no going back, so you might as well brush your teeth.

How does technology affect your relationships?

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The Secrets of Social Media

Sometimes, when you’re about to call someone, you pause and think, “Wouldn’t it be easier just to text?” That way, you can achieve your primary goal to make to contact but without the time and anxiety of prolonged conversation. The truth is, it’s more considerate because the other person responds at their convenience.

However, there are pitfalls to texting. One common complaint is the absence of tone.

Is the person on the other end being genuine or sarcastic?

Is either of you invested, or is this merely the courtesy of prior familiarity?

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Drawing the Lines on Infidelity in Your Relationship

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When considering what constitutes or fits the definition of infidelity, one may naturally think of the ultimate physical action of sleeping with other people.

However, while that is the time-worn scenario, individuals often determine their definition.

Without a universal line, especially in the age of instant communication and gratification, it could be essential to sit down with your spouse or prospective partner and discuss the rules of your relationship.

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Not So Social Media

Social media has drastically changed the mechanisms and manner in which individuals communicate. Furthermore, it has shifted our ideas of community.

Now, on one hand, the internet allows us the ability to interact with others instantly despite being physically separated over vast distances. However, the argument has and continues to be made that social media has caused a lapse in actual socializing, one in which individuals substitute virtual screen interaction (via smartphone, computer etc) for time that had previously been spent outside the friendly confines of one’s home with friends and family.

In essence, why should you or I take the time and money to make plans with each other to meet for a meal or activity, when we can maintain a connection online?

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Take Down Your Information From Social Media

google-searchSometimes it feels like social media has created a mystifying alternate dimension. Individuals often let their guard down under the false protection of a computer of cell phone screen, but that false sense of security may lead to a person unraveling on any number of fronts. The simple reality is that revealing too much , similar to not protecting oneself from the dangers of the sun’s rays, can leave you exposed and vulnerable to long-term damage. Those whom act boldly in the short-term may garner attention, but in the end, they’re chances of getting burn’t skyrocket.

We’ve been warned that potential employers comb the internet in search of potential prospects red flags. Those pictures that you wish were never taken not only exist, but they reach beyond ones close circle. That time you were over-served, now isn’t simply a silly memory recalled as a moment of embarrassment for those who were there. It’s a video that spread like wildfire. Those foolish ill-informed comments you made, well everyone with access to your feed/timeline saw it and although you realize your mistake, much like the newspaper was in its heyday if someone sees it (and we’re not talking about one we’re regarding many) if its on the screen it’s in the real world for better and often for worse.

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