My mom had arranged a dinner for our family or like she described a 'celebration'. I still cannot get the point. However fancy food and expensive crystal glasses that were only for the especial occasion did not help that much. Dinner was no longer like it used to be. If you passed by the Walker's house, you could see a happy family eating but the outside tricks you to the lie.
Studies have shown that both adults and youths that overuse smartphones can have a negative impact on their communication skills. Because they are often spending time in using their smartphones and start living in a very solitary world where, interactions may occur only over text messages and other messenger services. Thereby, becoming less able to communicate appropriately and properly with other people. This may affect not just the culture and future generations but it can have great impact on the way people interact socially and work. Financial Problems: Nowadays smartphone addiction seems to be just like an addiction of drugs or alcohol.
But, cell phones inhibit building meaningful relationships with people you see every day, and often between boyfriends and girlfriends, parents and children, husbands and wives. When on a date and a couple spends their time on their phones instead of talking getting to know one another it is not reasonable to consider this communication. Furthermore, when a cell phone addiction becomes more important than a spouse the relationship can become strained. Some begin looking for alternatives online through pornography and other people, while hiding it from their
Many teenagers consider texting to be an indispensable way to communicate. Texting allows you to keep in touch with anyone and everyone on your contact list—that is, unless your parents object. “My dad doesn’t like it when my sister and I talk to boys. If we do, it has to be on the landline phone, in the living room, and with others present.”—Lenore. What you should know: If you give out your number to just anyone, you can get into trouble.
their families and friends usually calling and texting them on the phone. By doing so, it can cause that person to get behind with their work or even affecting their grades at school. Social Media also seems to distract people in school. Students are just very addicted to cell phones. For some students, they cannot seem their hands off their phones.
Like make the people forget the time. It can make the people only focus on their phone, in family time, hangout with friends, in friend’s birthday party. Indirect, it can make anti social for other people. Because the people do not tell a story or sharing with other or their friend, and who was addicted just got focused on their phone. It can inhibit or decrease an ability to communicating with other people or relationship with other.
Technology is causing us to have connections with our phones instead of connecting with people and it sometimes can cause some people relationships to break apart. In the article, "Does Technology Make Us More Alone?" found on NYT written by Michael Conchar. The author states that, " a man proposed to his girlfriend on a beach although he was trying to film it on his smartphone and it was just sad because he ruined the moment not only for himself but also for his girlfriend." This quote supports my claim because all people want to do now is capture moments with their phones and trying to do things that you think will look good on social media no matter the problem that can form in their relationship.
It will bring them the sense of inferiority. For example, in the class. Everyone is using a smartphone but some people are not. That kind of people will feel like excluded from them as a party member. Other than that, the richer kid will show off their new phone to the class.
Parents nowadays are busy about their work until they are unable to pay attention to their children activities. This is the reason why the children use smartphone as the device to fulfill their leisure. Children are too attached with smartphone until their studies has being left out. 1.7 Scope of Study The scope of the present study was investigated whether parental encouragement of smartphone usage affects the way in which children’s smartphone addiction impacts their behaviors and emotional intelligence. Differences exist in daily-life interference according to parental ages, voluntary isolation according to parental occupations, and personality distortion according to parental academic backgrounds (Cho & Lee, 2017).