More and more people are using social media formats, like Facebook and Twitter, to connect with each other. A recent study looked at whether that phenomenon is having any impact on marriage and divorce rates. Readers from Ohio and elsewhere whose significant others are regular Twitter users may be interested in what they found.
The study, done by a doctoral student, claims that using Twitter on a regular basis could be a determining factor in infidelity and divorce. It posited that Twitter usage could hurt the romantic futures of the people who use it on a regular basis. It said to enable a lasting relationship, Twitter aficionados should not use it excessively but instead should maintain "moderate" levels of participation.