Feel Your Sweetheart’s Heartbeat

Have you been miles from your sweetheart and miss her/his touch?

Was reading about new technology to help you keep Romance Alive. It will let you reach out and feel your sweetheart’s heartbeat no matter where they may be.

Imagine you’re in Chattanooga, Tennessee, your sweetheart is on a trip in Nairobi, Kenya – about 8,000 miles or 12,000 kilometers apart. You’d love to touch your sweetheart, love to feel his/her heartbeat, but that’s impossible.

It’s not impossible.

This gadget called a ‘HB Ring’ allows you to feel your sweetheart’s heartbeat in real time. As of this writing, a company called TheTouch (www.TheTouchX.com) is bringing such a device to market. According to their information, you:

  1. Sync the rings using a smartphone app;
  2. Tap your ring when you both have access to data or Wi-Fi;
  3. You feel your sweetheart’s heart as it beats.

What a great way to stay close, to keep in touch with your sweetheart. What a great gift to give your sweetheart. It addresses two preferences: touch and gifts.

We can get all excited about this digital touching. We can be awed at the way technology impacts our lives and relationships. Truth is, it’s not the marvels of technology that will capture our interest. Technology is just a tool to keep your Romance Alive.

Embrace the truth that we have many means to romance our sweetheart.

Whether you use technology like these “rings”, text messages, phone calls or morning conversations over a cup of coffee, there are many ways to romance your sweetheart. Let your mind be open to explore new romance-building ideas, and you’ll find them everywhere – even in technology.

What technology do you use to keep your romance alive? Love to hear about it. Robert

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Helping people grow relationships via romance. Been studying, researching, observing what is romance and how to be romantic since the 90's.
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