But now I think I am making it difficult for myself after getting a smartphone. I often feel obliged to do something on the basis of prestige or because others do it too. Hastily replied to the message because did not want to be called not fun at all. Hurry to give like and comments in other people's posts to be called nice friend. Or hastily upload photos on social media to be called updates.
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
We all know something good has to come with the bad. For starters children can be easily distracted by their phone. But an argument towards that is using it in school and sometimes it can be mandatory like for emergencies. Another argument being students being distracting and not turning off their phone and having their phone ring. This one I slightly agree on but a warning is nice and if asked politely they phone can be turned off and for sure used for next time.
Did you know that out of 13-17 year olds 88 percent of them own a cellphone?? Well it’s true most kids own a cellphone because their parents need a way to contact them after school or from other events. But the thing is that some schools don’t allow the students to even bring their cellphones to school because they may cause a distraction. And even though they may cause a distraction they may also be very useful for other occasions. Students should be allowed to take their cellphones to school because most kids need to call their parents from sports or other extracurricular activities, the students live in a big city and need to contact their parents after school, and the cell phone would be helpful in case of an emergency at the school.
Although we can 't change the world, but there still have something we can do for our health. First, we should slow down, why we want to eat fast food, have fast life? To spend one or two hour, try your best to cooking no matter it 's delicious or not, have a happy family dinner, communicate with your family. That is not only good for your health, it 's good for your family relationships. In addition, you should be careful for your choice when you are eating, the healthy food doesn 't means healthy for you.
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.
Besides that, they tend to use their electronic devices to search something they do not know. This is right, but they do not even use their brain to search for the answer with creative ideas and just search it online. While the phone is beside them, it distracts them as they will keep looking at the phone, who just message them or thinking the game they just played, their eyes will not get off from the phone for any 1
So nothing better than home having dinner together with family and talk like best friends. And communication is the sending of information from one person to another. So it’s very important for parents to be able to communicate openly and effective with their children. ‘’Relationships between parents and their children are greatly improved when there is effective communication taking place’’ (Kristin Zolten, M.A. & Nicolas Long, Ph.D., p.1).
Some people said, as they were a teen, they could do whatever they want and were happy about it without thinking about their future. They could spend their entire day only for playing or doing some stuffs with their friends. But in life, you’ll always find that it seems to be the things you don’t do that you regret. Think about all of your chances that you miss, the opportunity you’ve had but not taken, like not to go on an outing with your family or going for a walk on old friend. Also things you have done, but still you regret it until now, for example entered a wrong university or major?