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When we are constantly tied to our phones checking work emails, news alerts, or simply scrolling through Instagram, it's imperative that we learn to balance this with offline time with our loved ones. "The hold our devices have on us is invisible until someone actively calls to our attention the fact that we are paying more attention to the device than the person with whom we are conversing," says Shore. "It is almost impossible to create or enhance relationships when social media is, in the first place, taking our time and attention away from who is in front of us." So how do we keep our relationships strong in the age of social media? 

"At the beginning of a relationship, we attend to the other person because we want to get to know them," she explains. "We listen to their likes and dislikes, history, family dynamics, dreams, and fears. We spend hours in conversation, discovering each other. No fact too small, no story too long. The building of the relationship has newness and surprises. During this time, it is critical that cellphones are out of sight while in conversation to ensure total concentration on the other."

 

 

 

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When we are constantly tied to our phones checking work emails, news alerts, or simply scrolling through Instagram, it's imperative that we learn to balance this with offline time with our loved ones. "The hold our devices have on us is invisible until someone actively calls to our attention the fact that we are paying more attention to the device than the person with whom we are conversing," says Shore. "It is almost impossible to create or enhance relationships when social media is, in the first place, taking our time and attention away from who is in front of us." So how do we keep our relationships strong in the age of social media?