Are We Losing The Art Of Face-To-Face Communication?


Story by Alex Hunte, Huffington Post

It’s become commonplace to complain that social media is to blame for some societal ill – we’re all too stressed and too unhappy because we’ve been going on Twitter too much. But no one can deny that the rise of social media – largely text-based – has meant that we’re often staring at the words on our screens instead of the face of the person sitting across from us. And it’s not doom saying to worry that this is making our lives worse – without talking to someone face-to-face, we miss out on body language, and that means that our ability to communicate and form emotional connections with others is being seriously undermined.

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