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Do you think that online relationships (of any kind) are as satisfying as relationships developed from face-to-face interaction? Why or why not?
I think that a mixture of the both are satisfying. If you just have online interaction but no visual contact of any sort it might not be as satisfying, you cannot hear the person breathe, watch them speak or make eye contact.
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