Whatsapp and Facebook: couples breakers?

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  • journal CyberPsychology has conducted a study which concludes that 28 million couples break it each year.
  • typical phrases: “Your last connection was five minutes ago and I sent an whatsapp for 10 why do not you answer me? what were you doing?”.

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“Your last connection was five minutes ago and I sent you one for 10 whatsapp why do not you answer me? what were you doing?” . This is a clear example of the beginning of a discussion triggered by the use of Whatsapp.

New technologies and new forms of communication have become an indispensable tool in our daily lives, but many users are not aware of all the fights and breakups that they cause. The journal CyberPsychology has done a study that concludes that 28 million couples break up because of Whatsapp and Facebook.

A high figure is explained by what this study called ‘double check syndrome’ and the last connection.


The ‘double check’ is a small nod that appears every time you sends a message through Whatsapp, this is double when the message is received correctly by the device. The problem arises when users think that second approval means that the recipient has read the message, something which was denied by the owners of the company.

The other problem is worse justification, if it is true that the ‘double check’ does not ensure that a couple have read the message, time last connection is infallible. Let the other person know what time you stop using Whatsapp can become a big problem. For example: “Last night after say good night till late were in line who were you talking?”. To which we must give an explanation that will surely not be very convincing.

Other risks faced by couples today are in the use of social networks like Facebook or Twitter. The publication of photos and other information on the Web can stagger your relationship. An example is the singer Miley Cyrus at which Twitter has played very dirty tricks in his relationship with Liam Hemsworth.







Whatsapp and Facebook: couples breakers?
Source: english  
October 9, 2013


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