Cell Phones and the Effects They Have on Your Perspective

          “I fear that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots,” Albert Einstein. Cell phones are hindering people’s social skills all around the world. Approximately 75 percent of teens own cell phones. On average teens spend seven and a half hours on their cell phones seven days a week. The fact that teens spend so much time on our phones has caused the time we socialize to dwindle. Not only do teens lose the ability to socialize face to face but they also lose the knowledge of how to handle a conflict. This is only getting worse since teens continue to increase the use of their cell phones. Cell phones do have positive effects and can be used as a good resource; but there is such thing as too much. Stop living a virtual reality behind a screen, and you’ll realize all the amazing things that pass you by every day!

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