According to the book Future Shock by Alvin Toffler, one aspect of radical changes is the durability or toughness of interpersonal relationships. Relationships nowadays are somewhat lacking of close and tough bonds unlike how relationships worked out generations ago. Impermanence of friendships is an example of this. Before, you had to make time for friends. Meaning, you had to spend hours of precious time talking to these people face to face and making interactive activities with them personally. In terms of communication, when distant, contacts are made through sending hand-written letters or snail mail as what we call it now. But due to rapid advancement of technology, one of the negative effects is not having maintained bonds and worse, keeping frequent communication with friends has been lost resulting to having short-term relationships with people. Alvin Toffler pointed out and elaborated these concepts in his book for us to realize and exert action to put this negative vision to stop. This damaging effect is not caused by the advancement of technology but the misconception of it. If this misconception continues, the future generations will be at stake. Thus, in order to prevent this from happening, as future teachers, we must impart appropriate knowledge on how to properly utilize these technologies to our students. To make it work, we must teach them how to manage their time appropriately. Through time management, they will be able to allocate time for communicating with the ones whom they value to maintain good interpersonal relationships.