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Free Webinar on Social Media and Relationships, April 4th

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Associate Editor

Free Webinar on Social Media and Relationships, April 4thSocial media, including Facebook and Twitter, has changed relationships forever. Thanks to the Internet, we’ve changed the way we communicate with others, make friends and find romantic partners. These changes have no doubt produced both positive and negative consequences.

Want to learn more about social media’s impact on relationships?

The PBS series This Emotional Life is hosting a free webinar and interactive discussion on this topic next week.

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Free Webinar on Social Media and Relationships, April 4th

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  1. I am a doctoral student studying Social Networking and it’s potential use as an intervention to decrease loneliness in mentally ill adults. I am looking forward to attening your webinar!
    Thank you,
    Michele Smith, M.Ed.

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