Looking Up and Connecting getting off the cell phone and enjoying life around you

The culture that we live in has made cell phones the top priority in its social lives.

Specifically for teenagers who have made it out as though they cannot be or do anything without their cell phones in their hands at all times.

Especially in their social lives, teenagers prefer be on their phones instead of physically talking to their friends in person.

Even though family and friend connections are important in a teenagers' life, the connections between families are becoming weaker as the teenagers are constantly on their cell phones.

Connections with their friends have also decreases because they are more focused on their cell phones rather than on their friends.

Therefore, connections between family and friends can be strengthened more when cell phones are put away and verbal interactions are made.


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