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Turn off technology to avoid turning off partner

Posted on: February 27, 2013 16:17:17

Turn off technology to avoid turning off partnerThere is no denying that technology has revolutionised the way we communicate with one another.

From online dating to the plethora of social media sites that are available, the digital era has opened up a whole new world for many UK singles who are looking for love.

Being able to keep in touch at a click of a button is a lifeline for many relationships in their infancy and can be a great way of staying in touch when in a long-term partnership.

As a recent article in the Independent pointed out, the introduction of online dating completely changed the landscape for singles.

"People were no longer leaving love down to serendipitous encounters, but instead, they were actively going out there looking for it," it claimed.

But as you progress further into a relationship, forgetting the more traditional methods of dating could hinder your love life.

Although it is an ideal way to search for an eligible new partner and expand your network of potential dates, relying too heavily on technology might be detrimental to your relationship in the long term.

After a few successful dates, be wary of keeping the relationship entirely online. Exchanging messages over the internet or via text is a great way of speaking instantly to one another when you're not together, but it shouldn't be the only way you communicate.

For emotions to develop and the relationship to flourish, speaking over the phone regularly and face to face meetings are likely to result in a more successful partnership, and increase the chances of longevity.

However, as James Preece, a dating guru, recently told the Independent, there is no denying that technology has its advantages when it comes to romance, particularly during the early stages.

People yet to join a dating website have been told that "the world is your oyster", but have been reminded that is only the first step.

"The idea is that you eventually log off and continue your relationship offline - in the real world," the newspaper said.

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