"People are coming home and getting on their computers instead of having sex with their partners. I see couples break up over this stuff."
This is a quote by Cameron Yarbrough who is a relationship counselling expert in San Francisco. What I want to know is whether he has factored children into the equation of an offline lifestyle. Even without social networking how many couples would come home and get into bed to....have sex? A few, I suppose, who are in the early stages of a relationship where reality is as far off as putting a cat on the moon. The rest of us who make up the majority? I rest my case.