Nowadays, the problem of long-distance relationships has lost some of its relevance. We are now able to maintain a relationship even when we see a loved one every few weeks. Thanks to the latest technology, which enables daily contact without incurring any costs, we can freely share even the smallest experiences from everyday life. However, there is also the other side of the coin. According to research conducted on people from five European countries, technology can not only strengthen relationships, but also enable them to end easier for one and painful for the other.
A Samsung study provides surprising data on the frequency of European contacts using electronic devices. A comprehensive survey, based on an online survey, was conducted among 5,000 respondents aged 18-65 in five European countries (UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy). Nearly two-thirds (64%) of respondents in these countries believe that technology makes their family ties stronger. Moreover, the study supports the thesis that better communication conditions make relationships stronger. One quarter of respondents living in relationships use social networks to communicate with their partners, and more than one in ten (14%) of respondents use video calls (video calls) for this purpose.
The Samsung Techonomic Index also shows that we more and more often communicate information about the breakup ... by text message. Such an answer was given by as many as 7% of respondents, i.e. 1 in 14 respondents. Even so, technology has a decidedly positive impact on our lives and development, both in terms of relationships with others and personal development.
A perfect example of how our life and relationships can become even better is the blog Piękna Simple. It is an action by Samsung that promotes entrepreneurial and active women who are successful and make their dreams come true. State-of-the-art mobile devices are extremely helpful in achieving success, as they greatly facilitate the organization of a busy schedule and allow you to combine professional and personal life, even with a very large number of duties.