Not too much TECHNOLOGY!!!
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I used to have sleep over and my best friend is always on her phone texting and using Facebook, she hardly talks to me which is a very sad situation to be in. Nowadays, we actually hardly talk verbally and just texting each-other instead of word using their mouth talking. This is a very serious problem. Too much technology could damage your eye sight, your over using and trusting the technology too much which one day might kill you!!! T.T. Thirdly, Four hour a day is too much!!. For me, I go home at 4 and then do my homework...... which took me 3-4 hours ( with no technology with me) and than it's dinner time.....after that I use tech for about 1-2 hours (just to check my mails and doing online tests to help my grades)
To wrap up about this situation, I would highly recommend you reading this and think about how much time do you spend a day on your technology (sorry for the bad spelling mistakes
- It's obviously very sad when an accident happens and young boys/girls feel that they have no other option but to end their lives but a lot of help is available to protect them from older attackers on the internet. Although if they actually listen to all the advice being given such as not giving out information and adjusting their privacy settings, it would help a lot and it's important for everyone to know about it.
- Your other reason is understandable BUT I don't think it necessarily makes you lazy. Personally I've been spending too much on my phone the past 2 months during the holidays but I'm volunteering and helping out at a place nearby and even if I do spend all night on my phone, I know I have things I need to do and I can get up in time.
- I definitely don't think that when I'm on my phone all I do is text my friends, in fact I hardly do that! I spend most of time going through posts on Tumblr or playing Agario (haha I know) or something.
- People can choose to tone down but if they're comfortable with the amount of time they spend on their phones, it's their choice and most of you're reasons are not really reasons, especially about cyberbullying because that happens from both parts, especially when the 2 people involved are strangers as they've both chosen to talk to each other. If they know each other in real life such as school, they can go to talk to parents or teachers and when they don't, it's always sad to hear about those accidents and suicides.
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