Screens are
ubiquitous in most peoples’ lives from the moment you wake up with a morning
alarm clock, checking the weather or the news, texting, checking e-mails,
social media, and the constant, and often unimportant, notifications. When I
discuss this issue with people, everyone seems to agree, we’re on screens too
much.

Some of the
concerns I hear include:

True human connection has been replaced by a more superficial level of interaction. Many people, especially in younger generations, have less confidence communicating by phone or having longer and more meaningful conversations.We have moved into an [...]