Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Impact Of Technology On Relationships, The Way We Express...

Social Networking
Believe it or not, relationships are under beta phase, considering how technology is playing around. With every day passing by, the way we express has completely changed. From traditional ways of "my-paper-letter" to "my-WhatsApp-message", relationships have also seen a huge leap. Are we supposed to blame technology? Or thank it?
If you are living a successful

l life today than you should be really thankful for technology. And if you're way too free for social networking, blame it.

Technology today opens gates to stupidity... who on earth would express their love, gratitude to a person on Facebook, who is already living with them? Yes, you do that. What's more valuable and precious-wishing your loved ones in personal by a call and a surprise treat, or adding collages of your moments with them, on Facebook?
Impact Of Technology
There's more to this so called stupidity...
Eating, cooking, check-in, tagging yourselves in an airport's business lounge. Is it really necessary? It's us to be blamed and not technology. If you're being given an intelligent feature, why not use it smartly?
Talking about my experience, technology made and ruined my relationship... It helped me meet my beloved and was equally responsible for us to break up. That's when I realized the digital world should always be limited and not to make it a platform to share every damn minute of your life. And oh! Crimes are given a rise by heavily stalking on social networking.
Technology Later
The Internet is an amazing tool. But even as it's shrunk the world and brought us closer together, it's threatened to push us further apart. Like any useful tool, to make technology serve us well requires the exercise of good judgment. For whatever reason, the restraints that stop most of us from blurting out things in public we know we shouldn't seem far weaker when our mode of communication is typing. Perhaps we just don't think such messages have the same power to harm as when we say them in person. Perhaps in the heat of the moment without another's physical presence to hold us back, we just don't care. Whatever the reason, it's clearly far easier for us to be meaner to one another online. Let's try not to be.

Your Choice, Your Plans. Technology is helping us for sure. I will not ever blame technology since I know how to use it intelligently.

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