Imagine what it would look like if we broke the bondage that has become of social media and screens. Oh yes, bondage, because we are indeed addicted. After all the research and in-real-life experimentation I’ve experienced, I’m certain that the dopamine loop has us in it’s grip and we’re enslaved to our screens.
We’re addicted, like a drug user or alcoholic, but we don’t know the warning signs.
We don’t know we need treatment. We don’t even realize how it’s changing who we are and the way we communicate with others.
Social and screens are so much apart of our normal, we can’t recognized the damage it’s causing to our spiritual, emotional, and physical health. We have no way of measuring it’s impact on relationships and productivity, because it’s so deeply integrating into everything we do.
It’s only when we break up with social and screens that we get to personal feel it’s impact.
That’s what happened to me and my family. And that’s why I took the time to do the research and create the Seven Steps to Navigating Social Media and Screens for Tweens and Teens.
We need to learn how to use social and screens, rather than simply declaring them evil because of the way they steal joy, rob time, and destroy lives.
So, will you join me in declaring that it is time to be #socialFREE for our own emotional and spiritual sanity? Will you make the commitment today to model model healthy usage in your families and relationships?
For encouragement and inspiration, head over to the Slices of Life Podcast for a thought-provoking discussion about social media, why it’s contributing to miscommunication and misunderstanding among generations. and how we can overcome it.
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