Friday, 1 April 2016

Turning off your smartphone can improve your relationship dramatically

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If you're glued to Facebook during dinner, then it's time to unplug.
A study published in Computers in Human Behavior looked at data from 1,160 married people and found a negative correlation between heavy social media use and relationship happiness. "When angry, some people may turn to texting to avoid saying something," Dr. Saltz says. "It's a way of creating distance." While it doesn't hurt to send a flirty or loving message, it does pay off to be more direct with your partner when something is really eating at you.