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Dorset Police, Devon & Cornwall Police and their Police and Crime Commissioners, are educating people under the age of 18 about the consequences of sexting.
"This can seem difficult when you’re juggling commitments like work and childcare, but if you look after your relationship it’s likely to have a positive effect on other areas of your life.
“Spending time together doesn’t have to mean spending money.
A reassuring 10 per cent find time for each other once a fortnight and seven per cent do so once a month.
According to the research, partners with children are considerably less likely to find time to spend together – 12 per cent said they never find time and 29 per cent said they find time once a year or a few times a year.
Dorset Police’s Cyber Crime Team said they had spoken to a woman who built up an online relationship with a man who claimed to be a Royal Marine in Afghanistan.
A letter turned up at her house on Thursday morning, stating that the Marine had been arrested and that gold had been sent to her in the post as a gift.
They are concerned that time-strapped couples, particularly those with young children, are struggling to find opportunities to enjoy each other’s company and are offering tips for turning things around.
Relate counsellor, Dee Holmes said: “Relationships are good for our health and wellbeing so it’s important to make time for them, not only on Valentine’s Day but throughout the year.
The younger the children, the less likely couples were to spend time together.