Twitter users more prone to divorce and infidelity, study finds

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A survey involving Twitter users of different ages revealed Twitter users are more prone to being involved in relationship conflicts that may lead to infidelity and divorce.

In a study involving 581 respondents, a doctoral student in the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Russel Clayton, found that individuals who use Twitter have a higher chance of experiencing conflicts with their relationship partners, which increases the risk of unfavorable relationship consequences, such as separation and divorce. Clayton added that the result of the study holds true regardless how long the couple has been together.

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