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Build strong foundations, not walls around your children.
The more you remain immersed in the virtual,
The more you get cut off from real people.
Don’t get so focussed on technology that people can trap you in a false sense of security.
While you communicate online, you lose the most importaint connection with the people around you.
Personal distancing, social proximity..technology became synonymous to calamity!
Anji Babu Vanka
Disconnect to connect.
“Virtuality makes you recluse in reality!”
The virtual wall, a barrier that detaches you from the warmth of relations!
Neha Garg Kansal
Social distancing vs digital bonding.
Technology is futile if it fosters isolation instead of communication.
Social media addiction cuts the connection to our loved ones and our true inner selves.
Shweta Ankur Gupta
Immersed in virtual world, you disconnect with the real people in your world.
Too much into the virtual world,
will cut you off from
the real people in your world.
Lost in the virtual world, unaware of creating barriers in relationships.
“Drowned” in his cell phone ; building a “cell” of his own.
The more you get immersed in the virtual world, the higher the wall you raise between you and your loved ones.
Sue R Glenney
Locked in his own world.
Do not get so busy with your virtual friends that you get cut off from real family and friends.
Imprisoned in the virtual world away from the real world affects the bonding between parents and the child.
Sometimes, the consumption of too much technology can leave us feeling isolated from those we love.
Denise F Fulmer
Our preoccupation with technology can create walls between ourselves and others.
Don’t let technology build walls between you and your loved ones.
Break apart the walls that divide;
don’t let your child be trapped inside.
Those four walls won’t help him grow;
lead him to see the world you know.
Removing “virtual” blocks,
to restore “real” communication.
Parents labeling their kid with “Peter Pan syndrome”… but we’re just placing our kids in another “box”- stop the labeling!