After Indian women would get married many years ago, they would have very little contact with their family members as they were meant to go live with their husband and his family. Many times they would move from their village to another village where their husband lives which can be hundreds of mile away. Often many girls have married and then immigrated to countries like America with their husbands leaving their families behind. The ability for contact and interaction is limited even if they wanted to get in touch with them. As Giddens mentions about change being time space distanciation, there are much easier modes for these new brides to connect with their maternal and paternal family members. Technology allows for this to happen. The same technology that allows two people to text one another while being in the same house also allows a new bride to connect with her family thousands of miles away and share what she thinks of her new world along with getting tid bits of information about the land that she used to call home.
With technology being so advanced, there is even more ways to have time space distanciation being felt. With Skype and instant messaging, there are webcams that allow those that never have stepped foot in a country to see in real time what is happening. There is also a microphone that gives more voice than any ordinary phone conversation. With the ability to have a disconnect with reality around them, a newlywed couple embarking on a new journey halfway across the world still is able to call home and hear and see the sweet nuances that bring their minds at ease. There is a notion that the change that is occurring is to their advantage just like the texting twosome in the same house.