We're nearly always connected thanks to technology like social media, dating apps, and smartphones. Others are only a click away, making it easier to keep in touch, and meet new people. But could this technology change the way we interact face-to-face, or impact our long-term relationships?
- Emily Witt - Author of Future Sex: Adventures in an Erotic Wonderland. She has also written for The New Yorker, The New York Times, GQ, and others.
- Kathryn Lively - Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College, where she teaches classes related to emotions and relationships in the digital era.
- Dr. Allison Doyle - Marriage and family therapist, and certified Emotionally Focused couples therapist at Bedford Family Therapy, which she co-owns.
Check out the Pew Research Center's findings on online dating trends.
Wired covered the impacts of technology on relationships.