Concerns of relationship apps

  • Relationship Apps can collect sensitive information when personal issues are catalogued in the cloud.
  • Should we allocate even more time on phones, when spending too much time online already reveals a negative impact on relationships?
  • Apps that are meant to interfere in our relationship building is still new. We cannot yet realize what the consequences will be.
  • An app can only do so much to unearth issues, but cannot force people to change their behaviour.

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Relationship app

A relationship app helps people to communicate.

  •  It can remind people to regularly connect during the day.
  • It can be helpful to spark meaningful conversations for people who have trouble expressing themselves in relationships.

A relationship app does little things like sending you reminders to text your partner an expression of gratitude at a certain time of day. It can also guide you through how to start a conversation about, for instance,  infidelity.

A relationship app is like a third, neutral party: It shows where a couple's needs and priorities differ. One app combines audio tracks and articles about psychology and marriage health, then translates them into exercises.

The shift in optimizing personal lives

People have started to approach their personal lives like a business. 

Marriage spreadsheets can collect and analyze data on everything that might affect the quality of life - for instance, household chores, alone time or hours slept. 

Applications can act as a manager for children's time, or organize to-do lists and goals.

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The Non-Divisive Effect

Before the Internet, dating was mostly restricted by one’s social and geographical limitations with friends of friends being the most common method of introduction. The Internet pairs couples that wouldn’t even meet otherwise.

Research also indicates that you're more likely to date someone from a different race if you're dating online, by a factor of about 7 percent. 

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Ways you can protect your relationship:

  • Avoid opportunity. Avoid situations that could lead to bad decisions, such as late nights with colleagues.
  • Plan ahead for temptation. Remind yourself of steps you will take to avoid temptation and protect your relationship.
  • Picture your beloved. Focus on loving thoughts and the joy of your family.
  • Keep your relationship interesting.

Even the best communication skills won’t help a couple that sees the world completely different.

The more aligned you are on certain crucial dimensions—such as day-to-day compatibility, or whether you are on the same wavelength about larger issues—the better off you’ll be as a couple.

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