Oh, you're on the phone? I'll wait.
Modern technology has made communicating with friends and family or reading the news an easier and more accessible task.
We’re all certainly benefiting from smartphones and mobile devices, but a few observations last week had me thinking. How does our frequent use of cellular phones affect our interpersonal relationships?
For some, this might not be an issue, but unless you don’t get out out of the house, you know someone who gives their phone frequent attention. Pew released a poll this summer that said 91 percent of U.S. adults had a cellphone and a growing 61 percent of cellphone users had a smartphone.
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