Relationship Break Up:
Relationship break up is the ultimate extreme step that relationship problems may culminate in as the last resort after all attempts at mending them have failed.
Good relationships are not easy to make. But like every other thing on earth even good relationships at time pass through rough patches which need a great patience to get resolved.
It always happened in the past but people were patient enough to allot them a sufficient duration of time in order for them to explore every other option before opting for relationship break up. Problems generally used to mend themselves during this period of exploring options and a break up was an extremely rare option to take.
Pace of Life:
It was so mainly because the pace of life was not as fast as it has become in the past few decades owing to a revolution in communication and information technology brought around by the usage of computers and the Internet.
As new social sites came into existence, people started making relationships online within seconds. A process that usually took months before got reduced to a matter of minutes.
Social Sites Online:
Of course, although the depth of such relationships always remained very shallow, yet their width grew phenomenal. Almost all the world had online relationships many times more than the number of their real-life relations.
Also, a thing that comes suddenly into existence goes out of existence suddenly too. The same was the fate of such online relationships and it follows the same pattern to date. A relationship break up online is as easy as building up an online relation is.
Online Habits Affecting Real Life:
But this online exercise played its role in offline relationship patterns as well. It basically changed the personality and the mindset of the generation that used it the most, i.e., the x generation.
They have now stopped differentiating between online and real-life relationships at all. For them building relationships as well as a relationship break up come at the click of a mouse whether they are online or real-life relationships.
Life is changing its pace. Let’s keep pace with the pace of life!
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