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Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Technology may be killing your relationship. (FBP/Getty)

Romance Unplugged?

In today's world of 24/7 connectivity, it comes as no surprise to hear that our tech habits may be hurting our relationships. Some studies show that even having a cell phone in the room can affect the way a couple communicates, while other research also shows that couples who use technology together feel more connected in their relationship. How important is it to be technologically compatible with your other half? Here to explain is Ian Kerner, a psychotherapist and a New York Times best-selling author who specializes in couples counseling.

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