Are Computers Breaking Our Hearts? [infographic]

Technology has come a long way, and we are now at the point where it is safe to say that computers are a main component of our everyday lives. They are in our work lives, as well as how we spend our free time. While computers have easily proven themselves to be an indispensable part of our lives, they are also causing their own special kind of stress, especially in romantic relationships.

The infographic below explores how computers and technology cause stress in relationships, and asks the question: are computers breaking our hearts?

It’s a valid question when you take into consideration that most of us are almost always wired to something with internet access, providing us with a port into the vast online world that we have become so connected to–sometimes even at the expense of the relationships we have in-person, away from the screens.

A significant number of adults can say that time spent on the computer, either by themselves or significant other, is a stress factor in their lives. Check out the infographic below for statistics and information about the role computers and technology have in the stress that comes up in our lives.

Are Computers Breaking Our Hearts?

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About Holly

In addition to being the driving force behind Woman Tribune, Holly is a self-taught web designer, gamer, and wannabe baker living in NEPA with her fiance and 5 cats.

2 thoughts on “Are Computers Breaking Our Hearts? [infographic]

  1. Oh, this is a neat infographic… ;0 this could also be “literally” speaking because by the sounds of it more and more people are meeting their mates via online.

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