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Adventures of new connection

Ever notice how fast time seems to fly by when we’re surfing the net, playing video games, or interacting on social media? It seems that a lot of time is consumed by news searching and trying to stay informed electronically. Maybe our social media obsession is becoming a substitute for traditional face-to-face relationships. Has our fear of actual physical proximity translated into fear of each other? If not careful, we could unwittingly be isolating ourselves out of human interaction. Many are so alone in their social media intensity that human contact may become very difficult. Others’ existence is reduced to *.mp4, *.jpg, and just-another-post status.

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