There is no doubt that technology is changing how we interact with others. Statistics show that most Americans spend 11 hours per day using technology. Miriam-Webster defines relationship as “the way in which two or more people talk, behave toward, or are connected to one another”. Relationships thrive because individuals share personal information with one […]
WRITTEN BY: Jami Dellifield, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences, Hardin County
REVIEWED BY: Jamari White, MSW, LSW, Healthy Relationships Program Specialist
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