Thursday, August 10, 2017


People are having less sex and sleep since the dawn of the smartphone age, a new book by a professor of psychology claims.
More than 75 percent of teens own an iPhone, according to a recent US study, and since the 2007 launch of the iPhone rates of loneliness amongst teens have soared alongside a worrying decrease in mental wellbeing.
According to figures collated by Jean M Twenge, the number of teenagers spending time with friends nearly everyday dropped by more than 40 per cent between 2000 and 2015, with rates of loneliness subsequently soaring.

OP here 

This shit gets on my nerves. All of this fast information accessibility is ruining our relationships. We'll all be talking in memes in 10 years. Mark it. 

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