Web Exclusive: Can tweeting really lead to relationship trouble

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(CBS/CNN) - Can 140 characters ruin your relationship? One new study thinks so and says that tweeting may lead to infidelity and divorce.  The University of Missouri just released a study that found, the more active you are on Twitter, the more twitter-related conflict you may have with your partner.  According to the study, that can lead to negative relationship outcomes like cheating and separation.  However, they also admit that other factors may come in to play in relationships that are struggling.  But, it's probably best you put down your phone and focus on each other.

A positive attitude is just as important for success, as the specific skills you need to do your job.
A new survey by career builder found 77 percent of employers believe soft skills-- like those associated with one's personality, are just as important as hard skills-- skills that are learned on the job.

Trending in Hollywood today, reps for Amanda Bynes say the actress does not have schizophrenia.  Her attorney spoke to People Magazine to clear recent rumors about the 28-year-old's mental health and says Bynes is currently off medication and living a healthy life.  
Bynes recently tweeted photos of herself while vacationing in Mexico with her parents.

Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler together again!  Multiple reports say the friends and former SNL co-stars appear headed for a reunion on the big screen in an upcoming comedy called "The Nest."
The movie tells the story of two 30-something sisters who decide to throw one last raging party at their parents' home before it's sold.  Fey is already signed and Poehler is said to be in final negotiations for the project.

 


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