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Technology has taken a toll on human interaction.


The intimacy in talking to one another has been lost through texting, e-mail and cell phones. With all the different forms of technology, face-to-face interaction has deteriorated.


We need to reconnect and reestablish our relationships with one another and take a step back from the many screens we hold so dear.


INTIMACY


IS DYING.


Text messages and social media sites like Facebook and MySpace — so beloved for bringing people together — can also drive a wedge between couples.


I’m a tall, dark, handsome, health nut.

Through the different forms of social media


I’m a hiking kind of girl. You can always find me in a pair of tennis shoes.

people can easily edit and filter who they really are.


The age of the cell phone has engulfed every moment of everyday life.

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With our cell phones so conveniently

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located in our pockets or purses, we are never alone. We are always with our beloved machines, available at every moment.


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Cell phones act as constant companions, and people always have to be “on.� There is no real time to relax.

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Life happens while some people’s eyes are glued to their phone. Moment to moment, they wait for reassurance and miss out on everything going on around them.


People forget one important function of the cell phone... it turns off.


-Technology  

I find this overly connected, technology-driven new world and the way it has changed our communication scary and unacceptable. I reject the...