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Can you disconnect from technology?

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I can absolutely disconnect. It would be great to have some peace and quiet for a change.
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darius-clemente
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Probably not. It's in my DNA to be addicted to my smartphone. 😂 😂
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lucia.lambert
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This is like telling me to stop breathing for awhile.
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dave.gray
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In this moment of time, no. That is impossible not only for me but to many.
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This is easy enough for me to do! I have lived most of my life without technology.
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Absolutely not! I cannot live without the net! I start to panic if I can't get any connection.
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So far, I am not yet addicted to gadgets. My family has a technology free time where we spend time to play board games, etc.
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That's really hard for me now to do that since my job is mainly using computer and internet.
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If I didn't have to work then yes, I'd like to disconnect even for a few days.
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No. I would get bored if I disconnected!
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Surely, I won't but, taking small breaks is always helpful.
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How? I need it to do my job and to improve myself.
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Maybe giving ourselves a short break from using technology can help us be healthier and happier in life. Appreciate things as they are.
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