Love seems to be becoming more allusive than ever with the average relationship now only lasting a little over two years.
Why are relationships so hard today? Why have people suddenly become so inept at making relationships last?
Have we forgotten how to love? Or even worse, have we forgotten what love is?
Experts have expressed various opinions about why this is an increasing phenomenon with a vast majority citing that social media is to blame.
As we spend increasingly more time glued to our smartphones, laptops, and tablets, the big question looms: Is technology bringing us closer together or driving us apart?
We’ve put together some interesting statistics reflecting both pros and cons of looking for love in the digital age.
And so, we are more connected than ever – but are we lonelier?
Research conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International on a sample of 2,252 people last year indicates that 25% felt their partner was distracted by their phone when they were together and 8% had argued as a result. The figures were worse for younger people: 42% of 18-to-29-year-olds said their partners had been distracted by their phones and 18% had argued over the amount of time the other was spending online.
It would seem that technology has allowed us to become more connected to each other than ever before but what exactly does it mean for romantic relationships? Are we giving our partners the time and attention they need?
Findings seem to suggest that modern relationships have a shorter shelf life as a result of our hectic and technology dominated social lives.
Experts suggest taking time out from social media can significantly improve a relationship.
Connect with us at SEXPO
In the meantime, if you’re looking for love in all the wrong places, or if your love life can do with a boost, come and find us this weekend at SEXPO 2018 at the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour in Sydney from June 14-17.
We will be showcasing our LOVE drink, which contains a unique blend of herbs and vitamins, known to stimulate desire and enhance sexual function.
Consumers are increasingly looking to nature first when seeking health solutions and this trend includes food, beverages and supplements made with ingredients aimed at improving libido and serving as natural aphrodisiacs.
LOVE packs herbs, vitamins and minerals into a can all known to enhance sexual drive, stimulate loving and intimate desires including Horny Goat Weed, Tribulus Terrestris, Damiana, Gingko Biloba, and Siberian Ginseng.
SEXPO 2018 https://www.sexpo.com.au
Reference 4- https://www.abodo.com/blog/swipe-right-love/
Herbal Fix LOVE – Ingredients to enhance sexual drive and intimate desires
Herbal Fix LOVE https://www.herbalfix.com.au/love/
Tribulus Terrestris https://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-tribulus-terrestris.html
Gingko Biloba https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/263105.php