Smart phones are crippling us. I agree.
Depression and suicide rates are on the rise, especially teenaged girls. I agree.
Social media highlights our loneliness. I agree.
Compelling statistics in Jean Twenge’s article in The Atlantic, questioning whether smartphones have destroyed a generation. The detrimental link between the use of devices and our physical & mental health is clear.
But I do not agree that the culprits are our smartphones.
It is not about setting boundaries or limiting time on phone
It is not even about telling our children (and ourselves) to not go on to social media. Keep Reading…