Compulsive viewing and endless screen distractions are blocking our ability to think, interact face to face, and simply enjoy life.
Twenty years ago the internet was in its infancy. Hardly anyone had it in their homes, and the smartest phones were palm pilots held in the hands of the Silicon Valley elite. Today, infants to octogenarians can hold the internet in their hands – and it could be making us miserable.
Hanging out with friends, playing sports in the park, or reading are activities that once filled everyone’s free hours. High schoolers today spend their time playing computer games, glued to social media, texting, or watching TV. So do their parents.
About Christian Hoffeldt
Talent Scout, Human Resource Management, Talent Management , Learning & Development, Organizational Development, Change Management, Psychology, Neuropsychology