The urges we feel to check our social media are strong. Apparently from this study the urge to check Facebook can be more powerful, then sex, drugs or alcohol. That says an awful lot. So it’s probably best that you understand what the psychological ramifications could be of being to heavily invested in social media, and how it could have a negative affect on your personal and romantic relationships if you do not use it in moderation and at the appropriate times.
Facebook has become cross-generationally ubiquitous over the past decade, and the rise of smartphones, video chats, and an ever-expanding array of integrated social networking services now allows couples to keep the romance alive via Skype, tweet, Instagram, and Google Chat whether they’re in the same room or thousands of miles apart. It also allows them to ignore one another in each other’s physical presence.
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